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ANNUAL 1971 

SHORTRiDGE HIGH SCHOOL 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

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Together, Shortridge students faced 
a new and involved world. Problems 
arose from poor human relations to 
our increasingly polluted atmosphere. 
They demanded quick and resound- 
ing answers. The method by which 
Shortridge students responded to 
these difficulties may decide the 
world of tomorrow, as well as have 
an impact on society today. Each per- 
son possessed the option to flee from 
all responsibility or to stand up and 
face each difficulty in confrontation. 





Contents 

ll^ H 1 STUDENT LIFE 2 

ACADEMICS 16 

ACTIVITIES 36 

SPORTS 72 

ALBUM 92 

ADVERTISING 138 




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Relaxing or at work, 
students confront 
new ideas and experiences 
in a quest for truth. 






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Searching for an identity 
in a world of complex truths, 
always seeking answers, 
'Ridgers confront student life. 



Together, black and white, 

in the stands— watched 

the Satans confront their 

opponents^striving to reach 

the goal. 




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School is more than 

a gathering of students 

in a classroom. 

It is a learning experience, 

a confrontation with concepts, 

a meeting of friends for before 

and after school activities. 




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Color has come to Shortridge, 
sparkling the halls and 
cafeteria with a new 
breath of life. 



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Christopher von Stieglitz shows a lively interest in flowers at his new school home — the 'Ridqe. 



Trine Rolstad studies in the Shortridge Court. 






Kerry Kirch leaves for an after-school job. 



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Chris likes it here, but he still thinks of 






Susie Buschman, Leslie Yeager, Bob Bishop, Tom Nolan, Greg Hinkle, and Kerry Kirch talk about 
Europe. 



Christopher von Stieglitz from Ger- 
many and Trine Rolstad from Norway 
were the foreign exchange students 
this past year at Shortridge. Chris 
liked the atmosphere around the 
school and the chance to work with 
an integrated student body. He also 
enjoyed participating in the marching 
band. Chris treasured the opportunity 
to see different points of view on 
things that are happening in the 
world today. 

Trine enjoyed everything about 
America. She spent a lot of time at 
the beaches. Her hobbies included 
dancing and playing guitar. She also 
liked drawing and painting. Trine 
enjoyed ball games, especially Nor- 
wegian style. After this visit to 
America, they both returned to their 
countries to finish school. 

Shortridge students have also ven- 
tured to the four corners of the globe 
this past summer. Beverly Moody 
traveled to Mexico, while Tom Nolan 
and Susie Buschman went to France. 
Fred Poehlmann, Kerry Kirch and 
Greg Hinkle journeyed to Germany. 
Echo photographer, Leslie Yeager, 
took photos of European sites. 



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Exchanging ideas, 
Experimenting with new principles, 
A literary awakening. 
Confrontation with learning. 
Self-expression .... 



Academics 



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Thoureau, Shakespeare Motivate Students 



Several teachers joined the English 
department staff this past year. Along 
with teachers from previous years, 
they worked to give Shortridge En- 
glish students a foundation of knowl- 
edge to be used for the rest of their 
lives. 

Works of Chaucer, Shakespeare and 
Thoreau provided subject matter for 
quite a few conversations at Short- 
ridge. Many students were caught 
uttering an expressive "To be or not 
to be . . ." over a sandwich in the 
cafeteria. Henry David Thoreau 
sparked many mind bending dis- 
cussions. An introduction to Chaucer's 
Canterbury Tales provoked the 
thoughts of many seniors. 

With a desire to communicate their 
ideas, Speech students struggled to 
improve their method of expression. 

Journalistically inclined students 
learned objective news reporting as 
well as responsible editorializing. A 
field trip to the "Indianapolis Star 
and News" gave Journalism students 
an inside look at the making of a 
daily newspaper. Guest speakers also 
added to the variety of the class. 

After research papers, book re- 
ports, and grammar assignments, the 
department found time for extra cur- 
ricular activities. Great Books Clubs 
for Freshmen and upperclassmen, as 
well as Debate Club, Fiction Club and 
Quill and Scroll were sponsored by 
the English department. 



Above right; Standing at the head of the class, 
Anita Atkins gives a report, as Mrs. Schumacher 
checks the classes' papers. 



Students in Miss Debbie Culloden's English class 
ore enraptured by a lecture on the literature of 
famous writers of the world. 




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Yvonne Matthews gives her interpretation ot 
how the author's style was used in the book. 



What's holding their undivided attention? Could 
it be an engaging lecture, or an inforrmative 
grammar lesson? Just ask one of them. 



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An advanced French class looks on attentively as 
Cor! Weinhardt vj\\\\ his eyes closed, recites his 
memorized French assignment. 



Mr. Ramsey indicates points of accent in the 
Spanish language to his Spanish I class, invok- 
ing a quick response from students. 



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Students prove that learning can be fun as they listen to a Spanish tape. With books open and minds 
alert these students accomplish victory over the many problems of the language. 




Field Trips 
Add Variety 
To Language 



Department Head Miss Louise 
Reiter attended the Goethe Institute 
this past summer, bringing back many 
new teaching techniques to the bene- 
fit of her advanced German students. 

Advanced French students spoke in 
their chosen tongue while venturing 
outside the classroom door. A trip to 
the Indianapolis Art Museum gave 
students a chance to practice the art 
of everyday conversation. Other field 
trips included luncheons in local 
restaurants. Students were allowed to 
speak only French on these outings. 

The Taco House held many happy 
memories for Spanish students. Sev- 
eral classes were delighted at the 
spicy Mexican foods as well as the 
"warm" atmosphere. 

Special films and foreign language 
tapes added to the curriculum of the 
Foreign Language Department. 




Mr. Allen Sutherland, assisted by Tom Nolan, shares a moment of happiness vyith I.U. Honors Appli- 
cants. The students met together in groups each day to prepare for the examination. 



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Discussing a problem in Economics, students 
Michael McCarty, Dave Foxlow and Jon Hawkins 
converse with teacher William Morgan. 





Above: Trine Holstad, an exchange student from 
Norway helps her classmates understand the 
structure of Norwegian government. 



Right: Dramatizing a session of the Indiana Su- 
preme Court, this government class is discussing 
the constitutionality of busing. 




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Soc. Studies 
Dept. Adds 
New Classes 



Dealing with important events past, 
present and future was the initial task 
of the Social Studies Department. 
Introduction to Social Science and 
Civics were incorporated into the cur- 
riculum of the Social Studies Depart- 
ment last year. 

Several History classes used a new 
type of presentation — film loops. The 
film loop was a silent 8mm docu- 
mentary film, about five minutes in 
length. These films thoroughly de- 
veloped a particular period in history. 

Psychology classes were given a 
boost this past year by the use of 
new experimental equipment. Color 
scheme study and personality exami- 
nation gave variety to the class. One 
project of particular interest to the 
students was an experiment on group 
consensus. 

Spring semester electives offered in 
the department included International 
Relations, Values and Issues, and En- 
glish History. Discussion of ideas 
added to class interest. 



Kenny Manson acts as bailff during a mock 
Supreme Court session, while Jim Lambert sits 
on the Federal Supreme Court bench. 



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The only girl Computer Math student, Steaphonie 
Heard, used computer language to type the in- 
formation that she feeds into the machine. 





Combining their knowledge in an effort to find 
the right answer, Scott Hatchel and Cheryl Sams 
attempt to solve a problem in Geometry I. 



Showing a film to his Geometry class, Mr. Wil- 
liam Gibson presents a new dimension in the 
learning of math, using a tried and true tool — 
the sound movie projector. 



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Math Pupils 
Learn Basics 
Of Computers 



Computer Math was added to the 
Mathematics Department this past 
year. The course, taught by Mr. Ron 
Freeland, utilized a computer pro- 
vided by the Indiana Bell Company. 
Students electing to take Computer 
Math were allowed to practice opera- 
tion of the machine during their free 
periods. 

Calculus students learned advanced 
mathematic techniques under the 
guidance of Principal R. Lloyd Green. 

Many Geometry students dis- 
covered that knowing a square from 
a triangle just wasn't enough. 

Students not only had to find 
answers, they were also expected to 
prove them! Learning the rules of 
Plane Geometry was the first task for 
these students. 

Algebra l-IV students were in- 
structed on everything from the His- 
tory of Algebra in their first semester, 
to the use of the slide in Algebra III. 

Another brain strainer offered by 
the Math Department was a combined 
course of College Algebra and Trigo- 
nometry, called Pre-Calculus. 



Attempting to solve an algebraic problem on 
the board, Sophomore Michael Jordan ponders 
over a possible answer to an equation. 



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Scientific Activities Enhance School Year 




Dropping bowling balls out of win- 
dows was just one of the many proj- 
ects of students taking Physics under 
the guidance of Mr. Don King, Science 
Department head. "The King" also 
had a hand in several other scientific 
experiments. Among the many ad- 
venturous Physics-Chemistry projects 
was a behavioral study of liquid nitro- 
gen. This experiment resulted in the 
shattering of several rubber balls. 

Many Chemistry students recalled 
that their most memorable classroom 
experience was filling the third floor 
corridor with a pungent odor. The 
creation of organic compounds was 
coupled with a nostril-opening aroma 
that was shared by everyone who 
happened to be on the same side 
of the building. 

Squeamish Biology students were 
the subject of many after-school con- 
versations. Dissection was a big part 
of the course for most students. Some 
professed to find it quite repulsive. 
Of course, there were always those 
iron-stomached students who never 
flinched at the sight of blood. 



Studying the anatomy of a grasshopper gives 
Biology student Matt Donnegon insight into the 
complex structure of Acrididaes. 




Being in one of Mr. King's Physics classes can lead to strange things like dropping balls out of win- 
>'^ dows. Greg Strand prepares to "let go" as the class observe this motion/rate experiment. 








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With a book in hand, Monterey Darby utilizes 
the autumn v^^eather to examine leaf specimens 
in the inner court. 



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Home Economics, Ind. Arts Show Talent 



Fine furniture was designed and 
made by Wood Shop students in the 
Industrial Arts Departnnent this past 
year. Students enrolled in Graphic 
Arts received "on-the-job-training". 
These students helped print the 
"Shortridge Daily Echo" and other 
publications, put out during the school 
year. Other Wood Shop students 
learned welding and industrial skills. 

New to the department this year, 
was Mr. Don McCaully, linotype 
operator in Graphic Arts. 

While advanced Home Economics 
students kept up with the latest styles, 
they also experimented with new 
ideas. Beginning students sometimes 
became professional zipper rippers, 
ripping out many of the zippers they 
had worked so hard to put in their 
clothes. 

Proper diet and cooking techniques 
were taught in Foods classes. Cooking 
simple foods and then moving ahead 
to gourmet items, the advanced stu- 
dents became the pride of the Home 
Ec. department. 

Family living students analyzed 
domestic problems in class. They ex- 
changed ideas on divorce, marital ad- 
justment and child care problems. 

Chop . . . chop . . . chop . . . chop . . . With a 
smile on his face, Fred Curbon runs the cutting 
machine in the print shop. 






Wrapping freshly printed attendance cards is just one of many chores students undertake in the print 
shop, Michael Ney, and Rick Arthur, show how it's done. 



An attentive Duane Maddox watches while Mr. 
Burnel Coulon gives a bit of needed advice on 
the use of the print shop equipment. 



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Expressing conflicting opinions on family and 
home management gives Seniors in Family 
Living a chance to share one another's ideas. 



Clothing student, Linda Grady, prepares her 
slack pattern for alterations, while Darlene 
Willis adds the final touches to her garment. 




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Burke Singleteary and Winifred Penn try their 
hands at leatherwork with the help of Mr. Shel- 
don Kantor, Craft Arts teacher. 



Unlimited Talent Featured In Art, Music 




Art craftsmen colored their world 
with creativity last year. Student art- 
ists made signs for major school func- 
tions. They also turned their hands 
to inspirational masterpieces of their 
own making. This included everything 
from feet and shoes to heads and 
hots. Many unique works of art, such 
as ceramics, mobiles and leather craft 
also appeared. 

Mr. Bill Robertson was the first of 
two artists-in-residence to perform at 
Shortridge. Each day he worked with 
his acetylene torch and table of metal 
scraps making abstract art that "come 
olive"! 

The Music Department experienced 
many new changes. One of these 
was a new department head 
— Mr. Leonard Behling. Two new 
teachers were also added. They were 
Mr. Stephen Stomps and Mr. Christo- 
pher Carter. Among other courses, 
Mr. Carter taught the Music Men and 
Girl's Ensemble. Mr. Stomps worked 
with the Madrigals and other active 
groups. 



Taking on John Shaw as a student conductor, 
this year's Shortridge A Band practices music for 
one of it's many performances. 



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Above: Members of Choral Club lift their voices 
in harmony to sing a tune. Mr. "Kit" Carter 
swiftly moves his hands to give direction. 



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Left: Shortridge ROTC members assemble on 
the school's north campus for the annual spring 
inspection. Here, color guards present the flag. 



Right: Girls ROTC Drill Team salutes the Ameri- 
can Flag during a practice session held outside, 
in front of the school building. 





Above: Sgt. Shanks instructs students on the use 
of their new rifles. This year the ROTC depart- 
ment switched from M-1 to M-14 rifles. 



Right: New skills in business ore learned in 
Mrs. Young's typing class. Students follow their 
typing books as they do their exercises. 




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Military And 
Commercial 
Skills Show 



"Small but mighty" was the phrase 
often used to describe the Shortridge 
R.O.T.C. unit this past year. The prize- 
winning group was 149 members 
strong. Included were 115 cadets, 
nine sponsors and a girl's drill team 
of twenty-five. The Girl's Drill Team, 
commanded by Virginia Booth, placed 
high in several drill meets. They were 
first place winners in a competition 
held at North Central High School. 
The Veteran's Day Parade brought 
even more glory to the Shortridge 
R.O.T.C. program when they were 
ranked first in the city. 

New equipment, purchased last 
year, brought many new improve- 
ments in the Business Department. 
Mrs. Ruth Webb, department head, 
started an accelerated secretarial 
practice course. The course was de- 
signed for Seniors planning on 
getting part-time jobs in college. 
Another new course was Business Op- 
portunities and Business Practice. Reg- 
ular courses in shorthand, typing and 
Business Math were also offered. 



J. D. Sanders keeps one hand on his typewriter 
keys as he pauses to ponder over a typing prob- 
lem before returning the lever. 



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Shortridge's newest Health student displays his 
dangling "body" while Mr. William Perry, 
teacher, and students check to find vital parts. 



Mr. Hausmann's Health students listen intently 
as Mr. CharlesTootle speaks on the wide num- 
ber of available health careers. 



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Left: Freshman boys practice shooting baskets 
testing their skills in Gym classes. There may be 
future Blue Devil varsity stars here! 



Below: Driver Education students are taught by 
Mr. Toffil not only the principles of safe driving, 
but the important parts of the automobile. 




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Physical Ed. Dept. Sees Many Changes 




Is there a better vi^ay to relax than a good, fast game of basketball? These two physical education 
students guard their opponent as he tries to dribble down the court to make a basket. 



Perhaps the most significant im- 
provement in the physical education 
department was in the boys locker 
room. New lockers were installed to 
give individual locker space for the 
boys on the Football, Basketball, 
Wrestling, Track, and Baseball teams. 

New staff members included two 
basketball coaches, a football and a 
wrestling coach. Body co-ordination 
was the main goal of physical educa- 
tion students. 

Health students were given a close 
look at the Health Profession. Speak- 
ers addressed classes about the ad- 
vantages of the health profession. 

Driving wasn't the only skill ac- 
quired by students taking the course. 
How to change a flat tire and the 
identification of engine parts were 
also explained. 



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Clubs, plays, social happenings 

enrich student life, 

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Annual Staff — June Oldham, Editor; Katie Ma- 
hern; Katie Mahern, Copy, Activities Editor; 
Gary Thompson, Index Editor; Angie Dunn, Aca- 
demics and Advertising Editor. 



Seated at her desk. Editor-in-chief June Oldham, 
examines the basic page plan before designing 
another page of the "Annual." 




"Who ore you?" Album Editor Camille Kenne- 
dy seems to be asking one of the hundreds of 
pictures used in the "Annual" this year. 



"Annual" workers, Lorna Douglas, Diane Jack- 
son and Stephanie Banks pause for a brief mo- 
ment of relaxation after a hard day at the mill. 



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Starting early to prepare for her 
job on the 1971 "Annual", editor 
June Oldham attended an editorial 
workshop at Ball State University dur- 
ing the summer. 

With the beginning of school, a 
large, inexperienced staff quickly dug 
into the task of preparing a book, 
with a new and different approach, 
for Shortridge. One inovation occurred 
when the book was changed from a 
three column basic layout to a more 
modern mosaic layout. 

The editor and advisor taught the 
staff how to draw layouts, write cap- 
tions, headlines and copy and to 
crop pictures. 

Fighting a winning battle against 
deadlines, the "Annual" soon faced 
another battle mid-way through the 
fall. This time, it was a lagging sales 
campaign, due to lack of student sup- 
port. This problem was also con- 
quered and the final book emerged. 



Yearbook advisor, Mr. Robert Houston, takes a 
moment from his job to speak to the adver- 
tising staff about the finer points of selling ads. 




1971 Annual Staff Members: Diane Jackson, Stephanie Banks, Lynn Hosmer, Barb Hill, Karen McKee. 
Second Row — Lucinda Marshall, Sue McKee, Suzanna Wells, Carol Grady. 



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Monday Echo Staff: Seated — Terry Walsh, John Hawkins (Editor), Bob Baldwin. Standing — Kris Lawson. 




Sitting in the "slot" Mrs. Pamela Feree, Echo 
advisor, checks proofs just back from the print 
shop in the Industrial Arts Department. 



Tuesday Echo Staff: Margie Sanderson (Editor). Standing — John Crawford, Luke Akard, Jeanette Ben- 
berry, Angie Dunn, Janis Nichols. 



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Daily Echo 
Undergoes A 
Liberalization 



"The Shortridge Daily Echo" went 
through many changes this year. Mr. 
Richard Cohen, along with Mrs. Pam- 
ela Feree, became the new advisors, 
after the retirement of Miss Jean 
Grubb. Mr. McCauley the linotype 
operator was also new. 

Students noticed the more liberal 
style in the "Echo." "The Monday 
Echo" featured interviews of teachers 
about their opinions on school and 
world matters. Freehand drawings 
were also used. 

All the editors and staff members 
worked to produce their paper, the 
special PTA and "Christmas' Echos." 



Echo staff members, Linda Lee, Kevin Kelso, Fri- 
day editor, and Ellis Woolridge work on home- 
work after finishing their assignments. 




Terry Walsh, eidtor of this years "Christmas 
Echo," intently reads his finished product. 



Wednesday Echo Staff: Cathy McAndrews, Harriet Sharlow (editor), Camiile Kennedy. 



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Friday Echo Staff: Alexis Mirsky, Randy Kelso (co-editor), Miciieal French, Kevin Kelso (co-editor). 



In the shadow of the linotype machine, Mr. Mc- 
Cauley prepares a line of type for the "Echo". 
Mr. McCauley is the new "Echo" typesetter. 




Advisor, Mr. Richard Cohen often spends long 
hours at his desk checking some of the "hot 
copy" for the latest edition. 



Thursday Echo Staff: Helen Dea, Cathy McAndrews, Kathy McClure, Diedra Yowell, Mike Myers (co- 
editor), Mike Watson, Rob Dawson (co-editor), Jill Slaymaker. 



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Advanced Great Books: Front Row — Jane Henderson, Mindy Wright, Cathy Walsh, Karen Glickert, Carol 
Hansen, Patricia Larkin, Taryn Kennedy. Back Row — Mr. Richard Cohen (sponsor), Bill Leveque, Thom- 
as Beck, Sharon Hoog, David Ryder, Sharon Watkins, Alan Mitter. 




Clubs Study 
Composition, 
Lit. Works 



Students who really enjoyed read- 
ing important works of literature par- 
ticipated in Great Books Club this past 
year. "Moll Flanders" and "Death of 
A Salesman" were among classics 
discussed by the group. 

Sharing their works of "poetic 
genius," exchanging criticisms, and 
learning new writing techniques were 
among the many activities of Fiction 
Club members. Group members were 
able to benefit from the vast knowl- 
edge of their sponsor. Miss Mary 
Glenn Hamilton. 




Fiction Club: Michael Harding, Michael Goler, Mike Myers, Deborah French, Michael French, Karla 
Saperstein, Tom Nolan. 



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NHS Initiates 
Select Group 
Of Seniors 



In March, the National Honor So- 
ciety initiated forty-two new mem- 
bers. Candidates had to be in the top 
twenty-five percent of their class and 
have two service citations. New spon- 
sor, Miss Sally Henderson, led the 
group in the NHS project for the year. 

Mu Alpha Theta was the national 
honor society for mathematics. The 
national requirements for the organi- 
zation consisted of a B average in all 
school subjects and a B plus average 
in mathematics courses. The club was 
sponsored by Miss Lucille Wahl. 

Quill and Scroll, an international 
journalistic society, undertook the task 
of again selling chrysanthemums dur- 
ing Homecoming. 

Two Quill and Scroll initiations were 
held. One in December, where those 
present had the honor of hearing Miss 
Nancy Green of Elmhurst High School. 
The other initiations was the Annual 
Spring Awards Banquet. 
Mrs. Pamela Feree and Mr. Robert 
Houston were the sponsors. 



National Honor Society: Front Row — Lorna 
Douglas, Karen O'Brien, Lisa Brady, Carol Hen- 
derson, Cornelius Chandler. Second Row — Kris 
Teter, Karen McCloin, Joyce Ellison, Suzanne 
Fortier, Bruce Jordan, Greg Hinkle. Third Row — 
Gary Thompson, David Niss, Janice Hoxie, 
Cheryl Zike, Leslie Yeager. Fourth Row — Mau- 
rice Wolfred, John Rowings, Greg Strand, John 
Hudleston, Harriet Sharlow, Carol Pike. Fifth 
Row — Ann Russell, Todd Dietz, Susan Robinson, 
Marjorie Craft. Sixth Row — Tom Streefer, Mar- 
jorie Sanderson, Jeanette Gerzon, Neline Ber- 
ry, Joyce Ellison. Seventh Row — Glenn McDon- 
ald, Matt Lieber, Bruce Wright, Mike Goler, 
John Shaw, Kevin Kelso. Eighth Row — Tom No- 
lan, Fred Poehlmann, Mike Myers, Liz Ulen. 
Not pictured — Susan Buschmann, Kerry Kirch, 
Ann Starrett. 



Mu Alpha Theta: Miss Wahl (sponsor) 
Wright, John Rowings, Todd Dietz. 




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Quill and Scroll member Leslie Yeager stands 
before the candles of journalistic aspirations 
as initiates Randy Kelso, Mrs. Pamela Feree, 
Rob Dawson, Mr. Richard Cohen, Tom Nolan, 
and June Oldham await the candle lightening. 



Quill and Scroll members Margie Sanderson 
and Harriet Shorlow have fun as they cut rib- 
bons for the mums sold during homecoming. 




Mrs. Nancy Green, advisor of Elmerst High 
School publications, speaks at the Quill and 
Scroll initiation in the Shortridge library. 



Quill and Scroll: Front Row — Harriet Sharlow, Keven Kelso, Margie Sanderson. Back Row- 
Madden, Mike Myers (pres.), Leslie Yeager, Mr. Robert Houston (sponsor). 



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Fleur de Lyse: Front Row — Mr. John Katsaropoulos (sponsor), Jeff Boubour, Diane Johnson, Joel 
Parker, Anthony Kennedy. Back Row — Cheryl Pryor, Virginia Booth, Diane Jackson, Terry 






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Spanfsh Club: Front Row — Avis Banks, (treas.), Bonita Busby (sec), Orvello Isaac (v. pres.), Mike Jor- 
dan (press agent), Patricia Larkin (pres,). Second Row — Shelia Majors, Angie Dunn, Deborah Hop- 
kins, Geri Hallis, Terry Willis, Valerie Parker, Carl Glicker. Third Row — Leia Stone, Mr. Richard 
Cohen (sponsor), Taryn Kennedy, Alan Mitter, Peggy Hudson, Jan Rowan, Marie O'Connor. Back 
Row — Edith Dod, Ervin Denkins, Arthur Shorter, Kay Strong. 



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Tongue Tied 
Students Try 
New Tongue 



The Spanish Club, sponsored by Mr. 
Richard Cohen, took on a new routine 
this year. Guest speakers, films on 
Spanish-speaking people, along with 
Spanish refreshments were the high- 
lights of each meeting. The Christmas 
Party and the Spring Dance were the 
main activities for the year. 

Le Cercle Francais, a national or- 
ganization, was for the French stu- 
dent who wanted to improve in the 
language. In order to be in the club 
the student must write a 500 word 
theme which the sponsor sends to the 
national organization for approval. 
The club emphasized the cultural re- 
lationship of the U. S. and France. 

Le Fleur de Lyse was a new club, 
sponsored by Mr. Katsaropoulos. The 
Club met weekly to help the mem- 
bers advance in the French language. 



le Cercle Francais: Front Row — Liz Robb, June 
Oldham, Sharon Watkins, Lisa Brady, George 
Wright, Jim Jellief, Mary Nolan, Terry Walsh, 
Rob McClure. Second Row: Karen Glickert, Katie 
Mahern. Back Row — Suzy Buschman, Karen 
O'Brien, Becky Le Steourgen. 



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German Club: Front Row — Chung Meng, Mike Morgan, Melvin Carroway, 
Kerry Kirch, Rita Tess, Nancy Bill, Miss Reiter (sponsor). Second Row — 
Steve Webb, Janis Eshowsky, Penny Armstead, Toni Clark, Mike Taylor, 
Patti Lee, Scott Hatcheli. Third Row — Charles Huxhold, Tula Barnett, Mar- 



gie Sanderson, Kazuko Knight, Becky Bennett, David Adams. Bock Row — 
Siegfried Englser, Fred Poehlann, Tom Marks, Frank Bowniow, Tom Craig, 
Greg Bennett, Spiro Bereveskos, Barry Smith. 






Bringing in the "Christmas Spirit", the German 
Club has punch and pastries, as they play 
gomes at their annual Christmas Party. 



Latin Club: Front Row — Mrs. Emma Randle (sponsor), Lenora Freeman, Camille Kennedy, Beth Bur- 
ris, Taryn Kennedy, Back Row — Ann Jacobi, Earl Nowlan, Andrea Anderson, David Millers, Chris 
Rother. 



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German Club 
Accomplishes 
Many Goals 



The German Club, sponsored by 
Miss Louise Reiter, took part again 
in the National Federation of Students 
of German. This state organization, 
supported high school and college 
German Clubs. It also held two Ger- 
man Conventions in which Shortridge 
was represented. The social events of 
the club this year were the annual 
Christmas Party and the Fasching 
Festival in the Spring. 

The Latin Club, sponsored by AArs. 
Emma Randle, participated in the 1. U. 
Honors Program. Stanley Bibbs, Beth 
Burris, Barbara Overton and Taryn 
Kennedy, members of this year's La- 
tin Club, were those who qualified 
to take part in the I. U. Honors Pro- 
gram. The club's activities centered 
around the club's Valentines Day Par- 
ty- 

The Debate Club's purpose is to 
promote sensible arguments. Spon- 
sored by Mr. Richard Cohen, it is a 
member of the National Debate 
League and The Marion County De- 
Debate Association. The Spring Tour- 
nament was the most important 
event on the calendar. 



Debate Club: Jackie Smith, Kevin Lillard, Mr. 
Richard Cohen (sponsor). 



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Naturalist Club Steering Committee: Front Row — Rose Harger, Linda Lee, Liz Ulen, Ted Brown, Dave 
Skole, Tom Nolan. Second Row — Marya Read, Linda Schneider, Tim McDowell, Glenn McDonald, John 
Kirmil, Matt Lieber. Back Row — Bettye Jo Rawls, Dave Ryder. 



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Naturalist Club: Front Row — Keith Grain, John Kirmil, Liz Ulen, Glenn McDonald, Matt Lieber, Tim 
McDowell, Dove Skole, Cindy Starrett, Linda Schnieder, Chris Schneider. Second Row — Mr. Hoover 
Baker (sponsor). Dale Dupree, Patty Hummons, Todd Dietz, Mary Craft, Karen Glickert, Terry Rice, 
Ann Starrett, Karen O'Brien, Linda Lee, Rosemary Harger, Debbie Merriman, Sue McKee, Barb Hill. 
Third Row — John Jelliffe, Roz Dunham, Bettye Jo Rawls, Mary Ingroham, Betsy Branson, John Adams, 
Sharon Hoog, Jeonette Gerzon, Karen McClain, Liz Bourke, Jana Walker, Nancy Bruce, Taryn Kennedy, 
Lynn Hesmer, Karen McKee. Fourth Row — Mike Elam, Steve Williams, John Hudleson, Dan Shullen- 
burger, Marya Read, Patty Hurrle, Liz Barrow, Peggy Sharpe, Kris Nygaard, Kris Teter, Greg Strand, 
Dave Speckman, Max Risenberg, Ted Brown, Dave Ryder, Liz Robb. Back Row — Lois Stratton, Mark 
Eble, Alan Mitter, Matt Akard, Phil Lowry, Luke Akard, Jack Brown, Paul Mackel, John Rowings, 
Tom Streeter, Bob Jones. 



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Naturalist Club field trips lead members to 
out-of-the-way places. Here at Leiber Park, 
Karen Glickert and Cindy Starrett commune with 
nature. 



At the last meeting of the year, Hypnotism Club 
members write the end to club activities, as the 
club goes out of existence. 




Field Trips 
Provide Fun 
And Frolic 



The Naturalist Club abolished 
grade requirements this past year. 
Naturalists Club started out to be a 
club for those students who were 
interested in science, but this post 
year it's purpose was to expose city 
students to wildlife. 

Their programs included field trips 
to Leiber State Park, Owen Putnam 
Park, and Morgan Monroe State For- 
est where they made paths through- 
out the parks. 

The Steering Committee with the 
help of their sponsor, Mr. Hoover 
Baker, planned the programs of this 
past year. 

The Hypnotism Club was a new 
group this past year. The club met 
after school on Wednesday. 

The clubs' purpose was to teach 
concentration, improve memory and 
the ability to relax. 



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Hypnotism Club: Front Row — Melvin Carroway. Second Row — Matt Kennedy, Alan McCullough, Dave 
Adams, Richard Bottoms. Third Row — Lenora Freeman, Jackie Smith, Cathy Campbell, Patty Lee, Lydia 
Shaw, Becky Bennett, Patsy Welles. Back Row — Mrs. Catherine Dittermore (instructor), Mr. Allen 
Sutherland (sponsor), Terrence Crowford, Mike Foley, Don Davis, John Mayoll, Rick Toumey. 



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Number eighteen in the Midwest, Bruce Wright, 
concentrates on a move during chess practice 
after school, as Michael Gant watches. 



Deep in concentration Alexis Mirsky studies 
the position of her chessmen while waiting for 
her opponent to make the next move. 





With hands hovering over the bell, Mike Goler, 
Glenn McDonald, Kevin Kelso, and John Shaw 
anxiously await the next question. 





Chess Club: Front Row — Hoover Baker (sponsor). Bob Bishop, Lovert Sharpe, Alexis Mirsky, Mike 
Gant, Richard Hudson, Tom Beck. Second Row — Charles Williams, Mike Goler, Dale Dupree, Bruce 
Wright, Audrey Heard. Back Row — Greg Bennet, Spiro Bereveskos, Randy Gilliand, Tracy Guband, 
Randy Hughes. 



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Quiz Team: First Row — Luke Akard, Mike Goler, Glenn McDonald, John Show, Kevin Keslo. Second 

Row Mary Ingraham, Stephanie Heard, Randy Kelso. Third Row — Michael French, Carol Hansen, 

Patsy Larkin. Fourth Row — Matt Akard, Alexis Mirsky. 





'Ridge's Best 
Test Skills 
On The TV 



The Shortridge Quiz Team compet- 
ed against and defeated. Beech 
Grove in a television match. The team, 
led by Captain Glenn McDonald, an- 
swered questions ranging from art, 
music, mathematics, current events, 
all the sciences, and, new this year, 
home economics. 

The Quiz Team is sponsored by 
Mrs. Constance Kirby. Other meets 
were held during the school year. 

Shortridge students supported three 
mathematics clubs. The oldest of 
these was the Math Club, which was 
organized in February of 1916 and 
has been active since then. Members 
of the Moth Club must be in Geome- 
try II or higher and have a liking of 
mathematics. 

The Chess Club, Sponsored by Mr. 
Hoover Baker and Mr. Charles Thom- 
as met once a week. The members 
set out determined to win, and the 
majority of the time they did. They 
won the state championship and 
brought home many trophies. 



Math Club: Front Row — Cathy Walsh, Mindy 
Wright, Stephanie Mosley, Todd Deitz, June 
Oldham, Michael French. Back Row — Bruce 
Wright, John Rowings. 



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Girl's ROTC 
Wins First 
In City Meet 



Competitive divisions of Shortridge 
High School ROTC held quite a for- 
midable position in varsious city com- 
petitions. The Rifle Team participated 
in several local meets, including The 
Fifth Army Postal Match, and two city 
postal matches. Expert rifle men plac- 
ed in each of the competitions. 

Female members of the department 
not only boosted the moral of their 
male counterparts, but they also 
brought home several awards to 
Shortrige's ROTC department. The 
Girl's Drill Team won several first 
place awards in local competitions. 
ROTC Sponsors made their own uni- 
forms, which merited praise from 
high ranking officials. 

Battalion Commander, Cadet Col. 
Reginald Mason was among the 
guests to speak at the Kiwanis Club 
Dinner. Both the Girl's and Men's 
Drill Teams performed at this din- 
ner and incited an enthusiastic re- 
sponse from the audience. 



Battalion Staff: Front Row — Trish Lasher (spon- 
sor), Maj. Reginald Mason (battalion comman- 
der), Capt. Garland Pannell, Back Row — S/ 
Maj. Mitchell Ney, Lt. Merris Young, Lt. Maj. 
Eric Malone, Lt. Mike Morgan. 



ROTC Sponsors: Front Row — Kazuko Knight, Trish 
Lasher, Elizabeth Flonnery, Pat Hummons, Cyn- 
thia Stanley, Deborah Battle, Gricelda Ross. 
Back Row — Denise Murrell, Christie Hinton. 



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Representatives Improve SHS Relations 



The Student Council was very act- 
ive this past year, as can be seen by 
Shortridge's unique Homecoming. An- 
other project of the Student Council 
was a student boycott of the cafe- 
teria to better conditions there. 

The Student Council was also a 
factor in forming an advisory Com- 
mittee, which discussed independent 
studies and various school rules and 
regulations, with the hope of changes. 

The Human Relations Council, 
sponsored by Mr. Roy Aberson, also 
took on a new look this past year. 
A series of skits in which the students 
would portray a teacher, and in turn, 
the teacher would take the part of a 
student, was given. This helped to 
better the student-teacher, the tea- 
cher-student relationships. 

The HRC also sponsored many 
speakers, one of which was the Dean 
of Men, Mr. Richard Boormen, who 
spoke on corporal punishment. 



Human Relations Council Officers: Neline Berry, 
Ann Russell, Gabe Gachaw. 





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Human Relations Council: Front Row — Bernadette Randle, Marge Craft, 
Karen O'Brien, Cheryl Bridgeforth, Gabe Gachaw, Neline Berry, Ann Rus- 
sell, Debbie Merriman, Judy Hawkins. Second Row — Diane Jackson, 
Daphne Johnson, Berena Pannell, Liz Barrow, Michelle Hall, Lloyd Hall, 
Lorna Douglas, Susan McKee, Jeonette Gerzon, Barbara Hill. Third Row — 



Kris Teter, Mary Ingram, Potty Hurrle, Peggy Sharpe, Betsy Branson, Maryo 
Read, Denise Hughley, Karen McKee, Lynn Hosmer, Terry Willis. Fourth 
Row: Diane Johnson, Ben Singletary, George Shanklin, Greg Strand, Dave 
Speckman, Max Reiswerg, Tim McDowell, Matt Leiber, Liz Ulen, Ted Brown. 



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Student Council Officers: Tom Nolan (pres.), Liz 
Ulen (v-pres.), Patty Hummons (corres. sec), 
Beth Burris (rec. sec), Mr. Jerry Fultz (sponsor), 
Cheryl Bridgeforth (treas.j. 




Corporal punishment, a term which often dis- 
turbs students, is discussed by guest speaker 
Richard Boarman at an H.R.C. meeting. 



"Teacher" Tom Freeboirn disciplines Hoover Ba- 
ker and Sally Henderson during an H.R.C. skit 
in which students and teachers switch roles. 



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Girls League: Front Row — Re'Nita O'Bannon, Terry Willis, Bernadette Ran- 
dle, Elsie Sacks, Cheryl Bridgeforth, Berena Pannell, Tonya Douglas, (v- 
pres.), Liz Ulen (pres.), Quensetta Williams (treas.), Joyce Houghton (sec), 
Neline Berry, Lisa Talley, Debbie Merriman. Second Row: Sharon Merri- 
weather, Charlene Weeks, Peggy Hudson, Mary Bruce, Karlo Saperstein, 
Geri Hollis, Mindy Wright, Cordryan Burch, Colleen Bolden, Jody Wooley, 
Angle Orton, Debro Davis, Barbara Overton, Trine Rolstead, Mrs. Rosemary 



Carpenter (sponsor). Third Row: Karen Glickert, Joyce Spencer, Deidre Yo- 
well, Vicki Anderson, Connie Barbie, Shelia Majors, Diane Jackson, Peggy 
Sharpe, Diane Johnson, Patty Hummons, Betty Jo Rawls, Susan McKee, 
Rhena Hayes, Shari McCrai. Back Row — Marsha Hearn, Joyce Spencer, 
Terri Cobb, Mary Ingrahm, Marya Read, Kris Teter, Betsy Branson, Liz 
Barrow, Karen McKee, Lynn Hosmer, Linda Schneider, Janice Wilson, Pa- 
tricia Graves. 





Key Club: Front Row — Chris Solterman, Rick Toumey, Dave Skole (treas.), 
Ted Brown (v-pres.), Tom Sfreeter (pres.), John Rowings (sec). Second Row: 
Gary Ogden, Keith Grain, Matt Akard, Lloyd Hall, Mike Goler, Michael 
French, Dale Dupree, Clinton Carbon, Steve Mason, Walter Cain, Brian 
Radcliffe. Third Row: John Crawford, Jack Brown, Luke Akard, Charles 



Huxhold, Bill Leveque, Rob Dawson, Larry Risch, Tom Marks, David Ry- 
der, Mike Myers, John Shaw, Bruce Wright. Back Row: Steve Hatchett, Matt 
Lieber, Tom McDowell, Dan Shullenberger, Fred Poehlmann, Alan Patter- 
son, Arthur Cobb, Dave Speckman, Tim McDowell, Maurice Wolfred. 



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SHS Clubs 
Work Hard 
To Improve 



Girl's League held many work pro- 
jects that benefited both school and 
connnnunity. Some of these projects 
were students working at Larue Car- 
ter State Hospital and selling daisy 
stickers as their money-making proj- 
ect. 

In conjunction with the Girl's 
League, True Blue also contributed 
their time in working at hospitals. In 
addition to this, members of the club 
held a toy drive for those persons at 
the hospital wanting to buy gifts for 
their families. 

The Key Club, another service or- 
ganization devoted its time in aid- 
ing different groups around the city. 
These members also worked at La- 
rue Carter Hospital. 



True Blue: Front Row — Sheila Majors, Melanie Caudile, Helen Dea, Debbie 
Crosier, Anita Singleton, Liz Ulen, Jackie Kennedy, Charise Burch. Second 
Row — Marie O'Conner, Betty Townsend, Karen Glickert, Colleen Balden, 
Cheryl Bridgeforth, Pam Sallee, Vanessa Ealy, Judy Mossey. Back Row — 



Angle Orton, Doris Kendreck, Diane Jackson, Denise Brooks, Diane John- 
son, Claudia Belinski, Peggy Turnley, Vicki Anderson, Jackie Bue, Deidra 
Yowell, Terri Cobb. 



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Shortridge Service Clubs Benefit School 



Mrs. Ruth Webb, Business Depart- 
ment head, sponsored the Future 
Business Leaders of America (FBLA) 
in another successful year. The club 
was open to any student enrolled in 
one of Shortridge's business courses. 

This past year the club was ser- 
vice oriented. Business students serv- 
ed as typists for various school func- 
tions. 

The Shortridge Red Cross was very 
active this past year. As a service 
group they participated in a multi- 
tude of activities, highlighted by a 
chit-chat program at the Girl's School, 
tea time parties at Central State Hos- 
pital and volunteer programs at or- 
phanages and at the Veterans Hospi- 
tal. 

Shortridge's Red Cross was fortun- 
ate enough to have representatives on 
the Marion County Board, and also 
on the Marion County Board of Di- 
rectors. 

Y-Teens is a service organization 
for high school girls connected with 
the YWCA. The sponsor of the club 
was Mrs. Rosemary Carpenter. The 
president was Dorine Twyman. 



FBLA: Front Row — Angle Dunn, Jackie Smith. 
Second Row — Debbie Jones, Cheryl Twynnan, 
Griceldc Ross (pres.). 



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Y-Teens: Front Row — Dorine Twymon, Lisa Weaver, Rhonda Liggins, Debra French, Carlo Taylor. Second 
Row — Carmen Weaver, Vanita Bonks, Angie Dunn, Betty Clark, Cathy Cambell. Third Row — Mary 
Foster, Allison Bond, Diane Jackson, Lenida Sanders, Cassandra Crovley. Bock Row — Patricia Gregory, 
Marionette Wineglass, Carmon Cossoros, Denise Murrell. 





Y-Teens president Dorine Twynnan discusses 
preparations needed for the Christmas dance. 
Advertising posters were made at the meeting. 



Red Cross: Front Row — Griceldo Ross (sec), Angie Dunn (pres.), Stephanie Mosley. Second Row — Cheryl 
Twyman, Arthur Starter, Debbie Janes, Jackie Smith (trees.). 



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Madrigols: Front Row — Denise Merrell, Liz Ulen, Kay Strong, Toni Clark, Audrey Heard, Sharon Wat- 
kins, Leslie Yeager. Back Row — Melvin Carraway, Glen MacDonald, Rob Gilpin, Kvin Lillard, Eric 
Jones, Bobby Madden. 





A Capella Choir: Front Row — Neline Berry, Amy Wells, Gwendolyn Sprad- 
ley, Toni Clark, Barbara Mclone, Penny Armstead, Cheryl Thompson, Au- 
drey Heard, Elsie Sacks, Joyce Ellison, Terry Willis, Sharon Steavens, Kerry 
Kirch. Second Row — Janis Lumpkin, Tericko Knight, Mary Bruce, Elizabeth 
Barrows, Carmen Cozares, Vikki Hunter, Jana Walker, Berena Pannell, 



Cheryl Bridgeforth, Lorna Douglas, Wiletta Poseley. Third Row — Mary Mont- 
gomery, Mary Nolan, Betsy Branson, Sharon Watkins, Bernadette Randle, 
Denise Murrell, Pat Lasher. Back Row — Donna Spearmen, Peggy Barnett, 
Claire Rogers, Lois Stratton, Daphne Johnson, Kris Teter, Marya Read, Beth 
Burris, Diane Conway. 



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With an outstretched hand and a determined look, Mr. Stephen Stomps, director of the Madrigals and a 
Capella Choir instructs his students to put more emphasis on a certain point in their song. 




A New Sound 
For a Cappella 
And Madrigals 



The Madrigal Singers took on a 
completely different look this past 
year. The girls were dressed in full 
length blue velvet formols with trains. 
The men wore black tuxedoes with 
blue shirts and velvet bow ties to 
create a beautiful blend with the 
girls. They sang mostly chamber mu- 
sic, rather than regular Madrigal mu- 
sic. This music created a new sound. 

The sound of chamber music could 
be heard on the fourth floor during 
the second period, too, as the a Cap- 
pella Choir rehearsed for Christmas 
and Choral Classic performances. 




A Capella: Front Row — Linda Schneider, Potty Hummons, Alison Rooker, 
Marjory Craft, Jane Henderson, David Thomas, Michael White, Alan Mitter, 
Lloyd Hall, Marshall Fields, Kevin Lillard. Second Row — Rose Harhger, An- 
drew Cosentino, Melvin Corraway, Ira Hogon, David Moore, Bryce Bate, 
Dave Skole, Daniel Smith, Stephen Wilburn. Third Row — Lereoo Sanford, 



Gloria Butsch, James Gibbs, George Wright, Jack Broven, David Ryder, 
Micheal McAndrews, Howard Baetzhold. Back Row — Kay Strong, Peggy 
Averitte, Eleanor Bradford, Ellis Woolridge, Greg Strand, Glenn McDonald, 
Eric Jones, Ted Brown, Rod Usher. 



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Choral Club: Front Row — Julie Zimmerman, Valerie Eubanks, Celeste 
Strickland, Bernadette Maxwell, Sue McKee, Betsy Wells, Shirley Stigler, Cindy 
Wiggins. Back Row — Michelle Franklin, Debra Davis, Jody Wooley, Eliza- 



beth Edwards, Rhonda Hale, Denise Hughley, Michelle Hall, Robin Wallace, 
Cathy Campbell, Donna Stevens, Bonita Webster, Shirley Steward, Alonez 
Finn. 





Music Men: First Row — Andrew Consentino, Lloyd Hall, Dale Dupree, Steve 
Mason. Second Row: Mark Moss, Ted Brown, Gerald Murry, Forrest Wooley. 



Third Row — Tim Clark, Michael White, Tom Hart. Fourth Row — Daniel Smith, 
David Miller, Arthur Cobb, Carl Woods. Fifth Row — Greg Strand, John 
Steward, Ellis Woolridge. Back Row — Larry King. 



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Mr. Christopher Carter, Shortridge's new director of the musical variety groups discusses a point in 
the script of "Once Upon a Mattress" with Mr. Phillip Hirsch and Mr. Sheldon Kantor. 




New Image, 
Jazz, Rock 
Add Variety 



Choral Club took on a new look 
this past year. Under the direction 
of Christopher Carter, these twenty- 
five girls determined that they would 
be a successful group. Contributing 
to this new mood was livelier music 
and their fashionable new tunic and 
pants outfits. 

The Music Men had a wider selec- 
tion of music to sing this past year. 
Among the items were pop, rock and 
jazz. The outfits of the Music Men 
were black jackets and black pants. 

The Girls Ensemble also went 
through many changes under its new 
director Mr. Carter. Dance routines 
and props were added to the 
choreography made enlivening per- 
formances. 



Girls Ensemble: Front Row — Kerry Kirch, Cheryl Bridgeforth, Lorna Douglas 
Neline Berry. Second Row — Patty Hummons, Bernadette Randle, Betsy Bran- 



son, Berena Pannell. Back Row — Kris Teter, Daphne Johnson, Roz Dunham, 
Kris Nygaard, Marya Read. 



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Band Adds 
New^ Unique 
Formations 



Conducted by AAr. Leonard Behling, 
the Band added to their performances 
new and different formations. March- 
ing in the Veterans Day Parade, they 
placed first in city competition. The 
Band also marched in the Indianapo- 
lis 500 Mile Race Parade. 

The Orchestra led by Mr. John 
Medjeski practiced long and hard 
for their many performances. The Or- 
chestra, made up of strings and the 
best brasses, percussions, and wood- 
winds of the Band, played primarily 
classical music. 

The Pit Orchestra, made up of the 
best of Band and Orchestra, worked 
many late hours for perfection in the 
music that they were to play at the 
school musical and community per- 
formances. The Pit Orchestra class 
met after school and was directed by 
Mr. Leonard Behling. 



Practicing alone to form harmony, this year's brass section of the Shortridge Bond masters songs 
for performances during half-time of football and basketball gomes along with pep sessions. 





Pit Orchestra: Front Row — Tina Louise, Yvonne Curtis, Joy Evans, Kevin 
Kelso, Janis Eschewski, Jeremy Smith. Second Row — Allison Rooker, Deb- 
bie Stanfill, Terri Parker, Lois Ann Zimmerman, Jackie Roddy, Mr. Med- 



jeski (Director). Back Row — Bruce Wright, John Show, Lorraine Woodard, 
Brian Rodcliffe, Tracy Gilliland, Larry King, 



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Band: Clinton Carbon (Drum Major). First Row — Dorine Twyman, Gloria 
Johnson, Melva Thomas, Gary Thompson, Keith Crain, Anita Wade, Julia 
Zimmerman, Lisa Talley, Marilyn Eaton, Cathy Welch, Mindy Wright, Deb- 
bie Stanfill. Second Row — Steve Mason, Phyllis Preacher, Amy Campbell, 
Loisonn Zimmerman, Terri Parker, Tom Marks, Bruce Wright, Frank Max- 
well, Levert Sharpe III, Dale Dupree, Everett Wade, Gabe Gochaw, John 



Shaw, Barbara Malone, Lorraine Woodord, Toni Clark. Bock Row — Gary 
Ogden, William Simmons, Edwin Walker, Dennis Russell, Herman Burdette, 
Chris Solterman, Steve Kotchek, Chris Von Stieglitz, Mike Curry, Pheldon 
Majors I, Derrick Ransom, Brian Radcliffe, Frank Jacobs, Tracy Gilliand, 
George Lee, Mr. Leonard Behling (Director,) Enoch Vinnegar, Howard Henry 




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Orchestra: Front Row — Jeremy Smith, Kevin Kelso, Carol Hansen, Janis 
Eshowsky, Allison Rooker. Second Row — Marilyn Watkins, Jackie Roddy, 
Joy Evans, Yvonne Curtis. Third Row — Lynn Kincaid, Denise Duncan, San- 
dra Cameron, Barbara Malone, Tina Garrett. Fourth Row — Mr. John Me- 



djeski (Director), Dorine Twyman, Melva Thomas, Cathy Walsh, Mindy 
Wright, Debbie Stanfill, Terry Parker, Larry King. Back Row — Toni Clark, 
Gary Ogden, Brian Radcliffe, Lorraine Woodard, John Shaw, Tom Marks, 
Frank Jacobs, Tracy Gilliland, Mike Curry. 



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Dramatists 
Communicate 
In Theatrics 



Students who were interested in 
dramatics, joined the Footlights Club. 
The members and their sponsor, Mr. 
Hirsch, discussed recent happenings 
in the field of dramatics. The club also 
took trips to see theater productions. 
Footlighters who wanted to be more 
involved in the field of dramatics 
went into Thespians. To be in Thes- 
pians one must earn ten Thespian 
points. Each point is worth one 
hour's work on one of the school's 
productions. These people may either 
have been in a production or helping 
in the Stage Crew. 

The Stage Crew was a group of 
students who helped back stage, 
checked lights, made scene changes 
and did various other behind the 
scene jobs. They also operated cur- 
tains and the sound system along 
with the backdrops. The Stage Crew 
was led by Mr. Studebaker, who kept 
the productions running smoothly. 

The School musical "Once Upon A 
Mattress" presented a story about a 
young prince whose mother would 
not let anyone in the kingdom marry 
until her son was married to a real 
princess who could pass her impos- 
sible test. 

The play involved a variety of 
songs which the performers pre- 
sented with the orchestra. 




Stage Crew: Cedric Welcher, Eric Jones, James Demmings, Mike Watson, John Stewart, Chris Smee- 
huyzen, Mike Morgan, Mr. Studebaker (sponsor), James Fountain. 



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At rehearsal, Sir Harry jGlen McDonald) speaks 
of Lady Larkin's (Mary Bruce) condition, as the 
wizard (Mike Myers) peers from behind. 



Thespians: Mike Morgan, Penny Armistead, Karen Glickert. Back Row — Eric Jones, Mr 
(sponsor), Kevin Lillard, Don Fosig, Mary Ringle. 



Philip Hirsch 



Princess Winifred (Marya Read), also known as 
Fred, tells Prince Dauntless (Kevin Lillard) of 
her life in the kingdom where she lived. 






Footlights Club: Front Row — Carol Morgan, Karen Glickert, Penny Armi- 
stead, Kathy Campbell, Clinton Carbon, Peggy Barnett, Carol Grady, Rita 
Tess, Mike Jordan, Steve Ellis. Second Row — Mary Ringle, Peggy Sharpe, 
Bonito Busley, Orveila Osaac, Wonito Rowely, Leona Sanders, Joy Evans, 



Chris Walder. Third Row — Shirley Steward, Mitchelle Hall, Denise Hughley, 
Sarah Edyvean. Back Row — Virginia Boothe, Vanita Banks, Melba Thomas, 
Libby Henderson, Kevin Lillard, Mr. Philip Hirsch (sponsor). 



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On his knees, Pat Byland asks Deborah Battles 
to the big school dance, while her friend, Elsie 
Sacks watches the proposal. 



Vaudeville Chairman Lula Barnette and Pro- 
gram Editor Allison Rooker pause from their 
busy schedules to pose for an Annual picture. 



'71 Vaudeville 
Is All-Star 
Performance 



"A Star Spangled Banter" was the 
theme for Junior Vaudeville. Four acts 
tried out for Vaudeville cuts and all 
of them passed judging by a select 
group of teachers. 

"Murder in the Rue AAorte" was 
about a wife who tries to murder her 
husband after she discovers that he 
is inheriting millions of dollars. 

A satire on televsion commercials 
was done in "The Ides of March." It 
was a spoof on things ranging from 
weiners to the "Man from Drag." 

The real story behind the discovery 
of America was told by an old Indian 
chief in "Do You Have a Reservation." 

"What's It All About" was a story 
of the typical American boy asking a 
girl to the big dance. 






Forrest Wooley, Gerri Murray, James Fountain, 
Ellis Woolridge and Steve Mason sing a song 
in "Do You Have a Reservation". 



Right: At the breakfast table, Rachel, ready to 
blow up, tells her husband "I'll be glad when 
the divorce comes through." 



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Clinton Carbon directs an on stage rehearsal for his vaudeville set, "The Ides of March," a spoof 
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Striving to reach the goal. 
Competing for the extra point, 
'Ridgers confront their opponents. 
Winning or losing 
they fight to the end. 

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Principal R. Lloyd Green and Vice-principal 
Julian Coleman admired the Junior Class float 
entitled "The Devil Made Us Do It." 



Shortridge cheerleaders come to a sudden halt 
in their yelling, to take a brief look at the fight- 
ing Blue Devils on the football field. 




Top: Festivities get underway during halftime 
at this year's game. Below: Color guard stands 
to present the flag at Homecoming. 



"Jamming" to their own Music, members of The Monaco Show Band played a few popular songs for 
the Shortridge audience. The group was the first of three bands to play at the Homecoming Concert. 



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Homecoming 
Drops Past 
Picks Up New 



This year's Homecoming took a 
few steps away from the traditional 
activities. Instead of a parade from 
Shortridge to Julius Field, there was 
a parade of decorated cars and floats 
during halftime. Another change was 
the replacement of the Homecoming 
dance with a Rock Concert. Ellis Wool- 
ridge served as emcee for the fes- 
tivities. Music for the concert was pro- 
vided by The Monaco Show Band, 
The Ninth Spectrum and the Empli- 
ments Show Band. 

During the intermission, the Home- 
coming Queen and her court were an- 
nounced. The princesses were: Vanita 
Banks, freshman; Vickie Sallee, sopho- 
more; and Christie Hinton, junior. 
The Homecoming Queen was Debbie 
Carpenter. 

In keeping with past years, mem- 
bers of Quill and Scroll sold chrysan- 
themums and pom-poms in the cafe- 
teria. Our football team stuffed the 
Wood Woodchucks back into their 
hole with a 20 to 8 victory. 



Homecoming queen, Debbie Carpenter, is escort- 
ed off-stage by Mike Myers, after having re- 
ceived a bouquet of red roses. 



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Action blazes as a 'Ridge player hits the dirt 
during the Wood Homecoming game. The Blue 
Devils won, massacring the Woodchucks, 20-8. 



Charles Jordan (facing camera) and Greg Strand 
practice tackling in early season drills. This 
exercise is called a "pick me up." 





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1971 Varsity Football Team: Front row — Ron Wilkins, Ira Hogan (manager), 
Tom Griffin, Curtis Rumer, Rodney Smith, Walt Peacock, Dave Shonklin, 
Cornelius Chandler, Dove Skole, Dave Moore, Bill Lash, Garland Pannell, 
Tom Freebairn, Ezell Morrs, Dave Morokoff, Derek Bland, Keith Lyerson. 
Second Row — Herb Hurt, Daryl Stout, Orelius Bornett, James Payton, Titus 
Rush, Mike Curry, John Kirmil, Tom Nolan, Bradford Grisso, Stanley Bibbs, 



Mark Moss, Gary Ogden (manager). Back Row — Bill Perry (coach), Richard 
Boarman, Greg Jones, Al Cobb, Ken Glenn, Mark McDonald, Clarence Frazier, 
Art Cobb, Charles Jordan, Greg Strand, Dennis Taylor, George Witt, Greg 
Rand, Chester Hayes, Chris Solterman, Mike Young, Jerry Chance (head 
coach). 



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Devils Have 
Second 5-5 
Grid Season 



With only seven seniors. Short- 
ridge's grid team completed its sec- 
ond consecutive 5-5 year under Coach 
Jerry Chance. 

The running of all-city second 
teamer Walt Peacock, aerial "hijack- 
ing" of Titus Rush, and passing of 
Mark McDonald and Dave Shanklin, 
all underclassmen, showed that youth 
doesn't always constitute inability. 

Rush had four interceptions and 
McDonald and Shanklin shared the 
single-calling chores. 

Seniors John Kirmil, Tom Nolan, 
Bucky Frazier and Greg Strand per- 
fromed well on defense. Strand was 
on the All-city second team of "The 
Indianapolis News", while Kirmil was 
honorable mention. 



Tom Nolan (55) leads the team onto the field 
while Dave Shanklin (15) quickly follows. 
George Witt takes a breather. 




Mental alertness is as essential as physical ability for a successful football game. Head coach Jerry 
Chance prepares his players for the strenuous game with a halftime pep talk in the locker room. 



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'Hey, Kirmil, hif him low." 



Jerry Chance proves coaching has its trying moments 



"C'mon ref! What about the facemask 







1 970 Varsity Football Scores 



OPPONENT 


Opp. 


SHS 


Marshall 


28 


12 


Northwest 





6 


Brebeuf 


28 





Ben Davis 


26 


36 


Ritter 


18 


6 


Roncalli 


7 


12 


Cathedral 


13 


6 


Wood 


8 


20 


Broad Ripple 


14 


20 


Tech 





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Freshman Football Team: Front Row— Karl Cain, Raymond Baker, Byron Douglas, Jerry Johnson Bob 
Brown, Kenny Rogers. Second Row — Derek Anderson, Greg Harris, Jerome Middleton, Lonnie Johnson, 
Reginald Allen, Glen Rush, Mark Skole. Third Row — John Tourney, Charles Christmon, Greg Porter, 
Michael Cain, Chris Pike, Greg Bennett, Ralph Davenport. Back Row— Michael Nemecek, Greg Elder, 
Kenya Oliver, Mike Foley, Coach Charles Thomas, Sam Blandino, Anthony Thompson, Coach Jim 
Hausman. 




Satans Cop 
Second City 
Title In Row 



In his first year as head coach, Bill 
Springer directed the hardwood team 
to a 16-7 record including its second 
consecutive City title; the school's 
third since 1967. 

Co-captains Dave Speckman and 
Charles Jordan led the Satan's in 
scoring. Speckman, the only senior 
starter, was tops at 20.8. Jordan, a 
6-8 junior center, had a 20.0 average 
but led in rebounds with a 17.0 
average. 

Warren Boyd, the other junior 
starter, provided clutch buckets while 
sophomore guards Ron Jones and 
Chet Dorsey handled the backcourt. 
Junior Juan Jones was the sixth man 
in the Satan attack. 

Shortridge had little difficulty cop- 
ping the City as its pressing defense 
stymied the opposition. 



Sophomore guard Ron Jones releases an eye- 
opening jump shot against Brebeuf. 



1970-1971 Varsity Basketball 





Scores 






OPPONENT 




OPP 


SHS 


Anderson 




57 


59 


Washington 




64 


58 


Ben Davis 




71 


78 


Richmond 




59 


A5 


Wood 




63 


7b 


Chatard 




66 


81 


Brebeuf 




67 


82 


Cathedral 




67 


72 


Scecino 




76 


100 


Vincennes 




79 


78 


Arlington 




65 


85 


Tech 




59 


72 


Brazil 




49 


86 


Terre Haute 


Wiley 


81 


76 


Manual 




77 


89 


Broad Ripple 


72 


75 


Lafayette Jeff 


77 


72 


Connersville 




75 


69 


City Tournament Ch 


ampionship 


Washington 


(SECT.) 


55 


51 



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Charles "Chuck" Jordan is in the air with the 
ball ready to score another two points against 
Brebeuf in Shortridge's gymnasium. 



Up, up and away goes the ball as Dave Speck- 
man leaps to make another field goal for the 
victorious Satans during a home game. 







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Reserve Basketball Team: Front Row — Dwight Howard, James Ellison, Mark McDonald, Pheldon Ma- 
jors, Derrick Ramsom, James White. Back Row — Coach Bill Springer, James Gibson, Don Johnson, 
Oreilus Barnett, Donovan Williams, Wayne Burris, Coach Lorry Humes. 



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During the Shortridge-Scecina game, Juan Jones 
leaps into the air for a iump shot as his amazed 
defender leans bock to avoid his descent. 



Freshman Basketball Team: Front Row — Robert Anderson (mgr.), Loforeo Smith, Dennis Johnson, 
Darryl Burks, Todd Rumer, Dereck Burks, Tony Shirley, Bryan Williams, Russell Johnson. Back Row — 
Coach Bill Perry, Tyronne Shirley, Greg Elder, Tom Jones, Robert Harris, Burt Singleteary, Anthony 
Thompson, Wayne Brown, Larry Coles. 




Varsity Basketball Team: Front Row — Enoch Vinnegar, Max Reiswerg, 
Warren Boyd, Bob Jones, Chuck Jordan, Dave Speckman, George Shanklin, 
Ben Singleteary, Richard Tourney (mgr.). Back Row — Head Coach Bill 



Springer, Kevin Kilbrew (mgr.), Chester Dorsey, Juan Jones, Alan Patter- 
son, Jim Lambert, Ron Jones, Assistant Coach Larry Humes, Melvin Carra- 
way (mgr.). 



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Hobbs Beats Panthers For State Crown 



John Hobbs brought fame to Short- 
ridge grapplers by copping his first 
state championship in the 105 pound 
class and gave the '71 matmen a 
seventh place in the State Wrestling 
Championship Tourney at Southport. 

Bruce Corbin of the third state 
championship Bloomington Panthers 
found Hobbs too much and lost a 2-1 
decision. 

Hobbs, a 105 class transfer from 
Southport, was unbeaten in 19 match- 
es. He won 17 and tied twice. Hobbs, 
who will help form the nucleus of next 
year's team, carried an 8.0 grade 
point average. At the Tipton Tourney, 
where he won the 105 pound cham- 
pionship, Hobbs was voted the 
Tourney's most outstanding wrestler. 

Coach Richard Boarman totaled a 
2-8 season record and had five dedi- 
cated and talented grapplers, who 
helped him make the season bear- 
able. The quintet was: Frank Jacobs, 
Bucky Frazier, Herb Stratton, Derek 
Bland and Hobbs. 



Preparing to "take down" his opponent, Ray- 
mond Baker begins his match. Baker was a 
member of Shortridge's frosh team. 



1970-71 Varsity Wrestling 



Scores 




OPPONENT 


OPP. 


SHS 


Arlington 


33 


18 


Chatard 


36 


8 


Washington 


30 


14 


Wood 


13 


29 


Warren Tourney 




6th 


City Tourney 




12th 


Scecina 


36 


12 


Tech 


28 


23 


Tipton Tourney 




3rd 


Cathedral 


33 


17 


North Central 


40 


8 


Brebeuf 


16 


33 


Sectional 




8th 


Regional 




9th 


State 




7th 











1970-71 Varsity Wrestling Team: Front Row: Dennis Taylor, Greg Flynn, Derek Bland, John Hobbs, 
Herb Stratton, Stewart Johnson, Frank Jacobs. Second Row: Raymond Baker, Dave Morokoff, Ezell 
Marrs, John Foley, Greg Porter, John Pierson, Karl Cain, Larry Lunsford. Back Row: Mitchell Smith, 
Coach Richard Boarman, James Lidell, Willard Thompson, Tom Watkins, Matt Donegan. 

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Harriers 



Under the guidance of first-year 
coach, Larry Humes, Shortridge posted 
a 5-3 record in dual competition and 
finished well in the invitationals. 

Seniors Greg Smith, Mark Hammer 
and Mike Taylor were the experienced 
members of the squad, who carried 
the harriers. Smith was the top run- 
ner throughout the year. 

The best showing in the invitation- 
als were third at Marshall and fifth 
of fifteen at Ben Davis. 



Greg Smith, senior letterman and top runner 
for the Satins, leads the pack as he heads 
around the turn heading for the tape. 



1970 Varsity Cross Country 



OPPONENT 


Opp. 


S.H.S. 


Brebeuf 


24 


28 


Marshall 


28 


18 


Pike 


17 


18 


Broad Ripple 


30 


17 


Manual 


16 


30 


Roncalli 


30 


20 


Wood 


19 


28 


Washington 


15 


25 



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Number two runner Mike Taylor expresses the 
pain of running non-stop at full speed over the 
two-mile cross country course. 



1970 Varsity Cross-Country Team: John Swon- 
igon, Dwight Merritts, Jesse Stover, Derek Bland, 
Mark Hammer, Tom Hart, Greg Smith, Richard 
Payne, Mitchell Smith and Mike Taylor. 



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Youth Power Pays Off For Track Men 



Youth was the key which unlocked 
the door to success for the track team 
last spring. 

Loaded with talented underclass- 
men, Jim Hill's last team of runners 
enjoyed one of their best seasons in 
recent years. 

Bob Jones, a lanky 6-3 junior was 
the top underclass performer as he 
journeyed alone representing the 
Satans in the State Finals in the high 
and low hurdles. Jones posted the 
city's best time in the lows at 14.9 
seconds. 

Al Cobb, who won the city's shot- 
put title, Jim Wolpert, Walt Peacock 
and Mike Weighard were other 
underclassmen who fared well 
throughout the season. 

Although the non-seniors per- 
formed well, the fourth year men 
were the leaders and guided the 
team. 

Track is an exhausting sport. The key to winning 
is to run, run. Here, Niven Drybrough displays 
the next step to breath, breath. 





Varsity Track Team: Front Row — Tim Lewis {manager), Niven Drybrough, 
James Swanigan, Mike Weighard, Walt Peacock, Greg Smith, Levert Sharp. 
Back Row — Coach James Hill, Mike Taylor, Titus Rush, Mike Young, Coach 



Jerry Chance, Bob Jones, Coach Charles Thomas, Dan Wilcox, Clarence 
Frazier, Al Cobb, Jim Wolpert, Keith Rand (manager). 



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Occasionally, winning consistently becomes quite 
boring. Mike Young expresses his "enjoyment" 
as he completes a blue ribbon run. 



Bob Jones proves that running also includes 
"flying" as the "Goose" slides over the final 
hurdle and down the stretch. 




1970 Varsity Track Scores 



OPPONENT 


Opp. 


SHS 


North Central 


71 72 


171/2 


Lawrence Central 


59 


171/2 


Tech 


96 


22 


Warren Central 


35 


53 


Southport 


60 


53 


Broad Ripple 


58 


56 


Howe 


42 72 


48 


Wood 


541/2 


48 


Decatur Central 


521/2 


651/2 


City Qualifications 




3rd 


City Finals 




7th 



1970 Reserve Track Team: Front Row — Tim Lewis (manager), Phii Lowry, John Swanigan, Tom Hart, 
Bill Lash. Back Row — Coach Jim Hill, Titus Rush, Mike Dutton, Rodney White, Dwight Hopkins, Mark 
Hammer, Greg Jones, Coach Charles Thomas. 



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Charles Roach, deep in concentration, prepares 
to moke a forehand ground stroke in the back- 
court. Roach was a leading player in '70. 



Peeping beneath his visor, Kevin Kelso proves that it takes skill, balance, and nerve to play tennis 
as he sends a sizzling backhand stroke from the baseline to his opponent. 






Varsity Tennis Team: Tod Dietz, Kevin Kelso 
Tom Marks. Absent — Charles Roach, Randy 
Strand. 



1970 Varsity Tennis Scores 



OPPONENT 


Opp. 


SHS 


Tech 





7 


Board Ripple 


3 


3 


Brebeuf 


2 


5 


Attacks 





1 


Wood 


1 


6 


Arlington 


4 


3 


Northwest 


1 


6 


Park 


4 


3 


Scecina 


4 


3 


Cathedra! 


2 


5 


Marshall 





7 


Howe 


1 


6 


Washington 





1 


City Tourney 




6th 




A forehand volley mode by Randy Strand, sends the ball flying over the net. The power of his stroke 
lifts him off his feet and guarantees his opponent a difficult shot to return. 



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Racketeers 
End Season 
Successfully 



As in the past two seasons. Short- 
ridge's "raqueteers" were the most 
successful of the spring sport teams. 

The Devils, led by the play of 
Randy Strand, Todd Deitz, Kevin Kel- 
so, Tom Marks and Charles Roach, 
had one of the best won-lost records 
in the city. The Satans won their first 
five matches which made them a 
strong contender for the city title. 

Under first-year golf coach Larry 
Burdick, the tee-tippers improved 
slightly over the previous season. Al- 
though the team record was not one 
to boast of, several individuals en- 
joyed a fine season. 

Dave Speckman and Bill Mc- 
Allister each earned medals during 
the year. McAllister also finished fifth 
in the city individual meet. 



Golf is a sport which biulds character and 
concentration. Tim McDowell exhibits the latter 
trait OS he follows through on his drive. 



1970 Varsity Golf Scores 







Opp. 


SHS 


Tech 




10 


2 


Broad Ri 


pple 


10 


2 


Wood 







12 


Chatord 




6 


2 72 


Ritter 




6 


2 72 


Brebeuf 




12 





City 




Did Not Place 


North Central 


12 





Lebanon 




12 






No matter how much practice is put in, a golfer's 
putter may fail. Dave Speckman disgustedly 
eyes his ball after his putter sputtered. 



1970 Varsity Golf Team: Larry Burdick (coach), Alan 
Patterson, Tim McDowell, Dave Speckman. Not pic- 
tured — Jim Campbell, Mike Goodwin, Greg Hinkle, 
Bill McAllister, Steve Patterson. 



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Ball Batters 
Bounce Back 
Successfully 



Bouncing back from a 1-12 season 
the previous spring. Coach Tom 
Harding's diamond squad was one of 
the most improved teams in the city. 

After losing their first tv\/o games 
11-0 and 14-1, the Satans came back 
to v\/in big against Wood and Wash- 
ington. All told, Shortridge had a 4-7 
record. 

Although small in number, the 
Devils improved both in the field and 
at bat, drastically reducing the num- 
ber of mistakes. 

Top batters Jerry Murry and Carl 
Lile, and rugged hurlers Steve Wil- 
liams and John Battuello were sup- 
ported by an enthusiastic group of 
underclassmen. 

Murry, who for part of the year led 
the city with a blistering .588 batting 
average, finished behind Lile in bal- 
loting for the Russell Julius Award as 
the most outstanding player. 

Batuello, along with Larry Baker 
was among the team's top hitters. 




The key to winning is getting on base and 
moving into scoring position. Here, Larry Baker 
uses a sacrifice bunt to advance a runner. 




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Varsity Baseball Team. Front Row — Ronald Jones, Carl Lile, Juan Jones, Larry Baker, John Batuello. j 
Back Row — -Coach Thomas Harding, William Harris, Ted Grosbach, Arthur Cobb, Jerry Murray, Steve 
Williams, Coach Joe Wynns. 



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Left: "Batman" Batuello fires his bat-curve. 



Below: Swinging Carl Lile plays "Magician on the Diamond" making both bat and ball disappear. 




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1970 Varsity Baseball Scores 



OPPONENT 


Opp. 


SHS 


Manual 


11 





Cathedral 


14 


1 


Wood 


2 


4 


Ben Davis 


11 


7 


Washington 


8 


10 


Ritter 


3 


2 


Broad Ripple 


6 


9 


Brebeuf 


8 


5 


Scecina 


8 


7 


Park 


8 


7 


Tech 


6 


3 


Latin School 





4 


SECTIONAL 






Broad Ripple 


4 






ellil Reserve Baseball Team: Front Row — Curtis Rumer, James Twitty, David Moore, Frank Williams, Garnell 
wl Loue, Sherman Williams. Back Row — Coach Jerry Johnson, Mark Moss, David Morokoff, Daryl Stout, 
Kieth Lyerson, Edwin Walker. 



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Lettermen: Front Row — Todd Dietz, Clarence Frazier, Carl Barnett, Juan 
Jones, Arthur Cobb, Greg Smith, Walter Peacock. Second Row — George Witt, 
Jerry Murray, Gary Ogden, Greg Jones, Cornelius Chandler, Mike Curry. 



Back Row — John Kirmil, Bob Jones, Greg Strand, Chuck Jordan, Dave 
Specknnan, Herbert Hart, Mark Moss. 





Reserve Cheerleaders: Front Row — Helen Dea. Second Row — Peggy Shorpe, Robin Wallace, Liz Bar- 
row. Back Row — Colleen Bolder, Rose Harger, Patty Hurrle. 



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Team Spirit Launched By SHS Groups 




Pom Pom Girls: Front Row — Cathy Bryant, Darlene Berryhill, Pam Sattersfield, Carolyn Maxey, Leslie 
Hall, Valerie Warner. Second Row — Carmalita Hansbrough, Diane Johnson, Tanya Douglas, Charlene 
Weeks, Jill Slaymaker, Avis Banks, Allison Bond. Back Row — Diane Jackson, Michel Hall, Sue Hat- 
field, Re'Nita O'Bannon, Marionette Wineglass. 




Enthusiasm, spirit, and dedication 
followed the mighty Blue Devils in 
their every attempt at victory. Team 
spirit was given quite a boost as 
cheerleaders led Shortridge fans in 
vigorous cheers, rhythmic chants, and 
peppy songs. Selling Shortridge stick- 
ers before every game was also in- 
cluded in the girl's spirit-boosting ac- 
tivities. 

Shortridge's Lettermen united their 
masculine voices to form a resounding 
chorus which was heard at Shortridge 
games throughout the year. The cheer- 
block was made up of those Short- 
ridge athletes who had won a letter 
for outstanding achievement in their 
chosen sport. A special auditorium 
honoring the lettermen, highlighted 
the club's activities. 

During halftime activities of foot- 
ball, high-stepping expert baton twirl- 
ers joined the SHS majorette squad 
this past year. The girls marched with 
the Blue Devils Band at games and 
also in city parades. 

The pom pom girls brightened half- 
time activities at home basketball 
games. The girls performed routines 
which they made up themselves. 




Majorettes: Marilyn Elston, Jane Waters, Vonita 
Banks. 



Varsity Cheerleaders: Marsha McDowell, Jana 
Walker, Daphne Johnson, Terry Willis, Karen 
McClain, Margie Hurrle, Tericko Knight. 



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Memories of days past. 

Old friends brought together again. 

Everyday people confronting each other. 

In student life. 



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MR. JULIAN COLEMAN — Vice-Principal 



MR. RICHARD BOARMAN — Dean of Men 





MRS. ROSE CARPENTER — Dean of Women 



MR. LESTER GROTH — Director of Guidance 



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Administration Initiates Experimental Plan 




Mr. R. Lloyd Green, in his second 
year as principal, administered the 
School Board's new comprehensive 
program, and also a new experimen- 
tal plan in the second semester. 

A new Dean of Men and Dean of 
Women were appointed this past 
year. Mrs. Rose Carpenter was mode 
Dean of Women, while Mr. Richard 
Boarman took on the challenge of 
being Dean of Men. 

Mr. Lester Groth, Director of Gui- 
dance, worked as a mediator be- 
tween counselors and students. 

The Administration worked together 
to help Shortridge through another 
successful school year. 




MR. R. LLOYD GREEN — Principal 



MR. ARTHUR G. SHULL — Vice Principal. 



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Below: MR. ROY ABERSON — Human Relations 
Counselor 





New Ideas 
Help Faculty 



"Zealous" was the description of 
Shortridge's faculty this past year. The 
energetic pillars of knowledge spark- 
ed new-found interest in many cours- 
es. New ideas, new classes, new 
faces and new methods of teaching 
made subjects more interesting. 

Many faculty members visited other 
schools searching for the new and 
unusual. Other teachers took their 
classes out on the town. 



Mr. Phillip Hirsch, Mr. Dante Vantresca, and 
Lula Barnette, V. V. Chairman, confer with each 
other during the Junior Vaudeville cuts. 



HOOVER BAKER — B.S., M.S.; Biology, Zoology, Physi- 
cal Science; Chess Club, Naturalist Club Sponsor. 

MRS. MATTIE BALLOW— Ph.B., B.S., M.A.; Chemistry, 
English. 

MRS. MIRIAM W. BATES — A.B.; English, Developmental 
Reading. 

LEONARD BEHLING— B.S., M.S.; Music Department 
Head, Band, Music Theory; Junior Vaudeville, Stage 
Band. 



A.M.; Guidance, Orien- 



MRS. JOSEPHINE BLISS — A.B. 

tation; Senior Honor Roll. 
THOMAS L. BRESNAHAN— B.A., M.S.; Mathematics. 
MRS. GLADYS BREWER — A.B.; English. 
MISS JANE BRIGHAM— B.S., M.S.; Head Librarian. 



LARRY BURDICK — B.S., M.A.; World History, U. S. 
History, Economics, International Relations; Honor 
Student Program Sponsor. 

CHRISTOPHER D. CARTER— B.S.; M.M.; Music Theory; 
Music Men, Nev^' Establishment, Choral Club, Girls 
Glee Club; Junior Vaudeville and Musical Sponsors. 

RICHARD COHEN— B.A., M.A.; English, Journalism; Di- 
rector of Publications; Debate Club, Spanish Club, 
Great Books Club Sponsor. 

B. E. COULON— B.S., M.S.; Graphic Arts. 



CATHERINE DEROSSETTE — B.A.; Home Economics. 

DORIS M. ELKINS— B.A., M.A.; Guidance; A.F.S. Coor- 
dinator. 

MRS. PAM FERREE — B.A.; Speech, Journalism; Quill 
and Scroll, Co-Sponsor; "The Daily Echo" Co-Sponsor. 

RONALD FREELAND— B.S., M.S.; Mathematics; Base- 
ball Coach. 



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ERNEST FRIGO — B.S., M.S.; Math; Algebra, Geometry, 
General Math.; Senior Class Sponsor. 

CARYL GAINES — B.P.E., B.S., M.S.; Physical Education; 
Cheerleader Sponsor. 

WILLIAM E. GIBSON — B.S., M.S.; Mathematics. 

MISS MARY-GLENN HAMILTON — M.A.; English; Fic- 
tion Club Sponsor. 



THOMAS W. HARDING — B.S., M.S.; Physical Education; 
Guidance; Head Varsity Baseball Coach. 

JAMES A. HAUSMANN — M.S.; Social Studies; Health 
I; Freshman Football, Reserve Wrestling, Varsity 
Track. 

SALLY HENDERSON — B.S.; English; National Honor 
Society; Red Cross Sponsor. 

MRS. ESTER HILLMAN — A.B., B.S., B.A.E.; English; Spon- 
sor of Exploratory Teachers. 



PHILLIP H. HIRSCH — B.S., M.A.; English, Social Studies; 
Thespians, Footlights Club, Vaudeville, Fall Musical, 
All-School Play, Christmas Play, Spring Touring 
Company. 

LUCILLE HOLADAY — A.B., M.A.; English. 

ROBERT E. HOUSTON — B.S., M.S.; Social Studies, En- 
glish; Co-sponsor of Quill and Scroll, Advisor — 
The Annual. 

LARRY HUMES — B.S.; Physical Education, Health, Driv- 
ing; Assistant Varsity Basketball Coach. 



MRS. JEAN M. JACKSON— B.A., M.A.; Social Studies. 
SHERWIN JARMON — B.S.; Industrial Arts. 
BETTY JONES — A.B., M.A., M.S.L.; Library. 
SHELDON KANTOR — B.A.,M.S.; Crafts. 



GENEIVE KEEHN — B.S.; Business Education. 

ROBERT KING — B.S.; Junior High Division; Math; 
Spanish Conversation Sponsor. 

MRS. CONSTANCE B. KIRBY — B.A., M.A.; Foreign Lan- 
guage; Quiz Team. 

MRS. NANCY LEE LUCAS — B.M.; Music. 



ERNESTINE McCREE — B.S.; Art. 

JOHN MEDJESKI — B.M., M.M.; Music; Orchestra; 
String Ensemble. 

WILLIAM MERRILL — B.S., M.S.; Physical Education 
Head; Health; Physical Education. 

MARGARET MILLER — B.S., H.E.; Home Economics De- 
partment Head; Home Economics. 



WILLIAM MORGAN — B.S., M.S.; Social Studies. 
MRS. MARIAN MOSES — B.S., M.S.; Mathematics: 
JUDITH MUEGGE — B.S.; English; Young Life Sponsor. 
SANDRA L. MUMPHREY — Physical Education. 




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MRS. MARTHALOU NEWLAND — Adult Assistant; Li- 
brary. 

MRS. DOROTHY L. OTTO — A.B., M.A.; Early World 
History, World History; Chairman Scholarship Com- 
mittee, AFS Committee, Honor Student Committee, 
National Honor Society Committee. 

MRS. RUTH PALLER— B.S., M.S.; English. 

THOMAS A. PAYNE — B.A., M.A.; Social Studies; So- 
cial Studies Department Head. 



ANDREW W. RAMSEY — A.B., M.A.; Language. 

EMMA J. Randall — A.B., M.A.; Latin; S.P.Q.R. (Latin 

Club). 
FORD RATCLIFF JR. — B.S,, M.S.; Industrial Arts. 
MARGARET J. REED — B.S.; Typing, Physical Education; 

Pom Pom girls. 



Teachers Create Climate For Learning 




LOUIS REITER — A.B., M.A.; German; German Club 

Sponsor, Language Department Head. 
LOIS M. REPASS — M.A.; Derivatives, English. 
R. RUTH RICHARDS — A.B., M.A., PhD.; Biology l-IV. 
MRS. RACHEL SCHUMACHER — A.B.; English. 



MARY SHUTTLEWORTH — B.S.; Home Economics. 

MRS. MARY SIEGEL — B.S., M.S.; Business Education; 
Financial Adviser Junior and Senior Classes. 

MRS. CANARY SMITH — B.A.; Junior High Division; 
Language Arts; Les Jeunes Gens Sponsor. 

WILLIAM SPRINGER — B.S.; M.S.; Mathematics, Geome- 
try, General Math; Varsity Basketball Coach. 



JERRY STIENER— B.S.; M.S.; Guidance, Physical Edu- 
cation, Driver Ed.; Key Club Sponsor. 

STEPHEN STOMPS — B.S.; A Capella, Madrigals, Glee 
Clubs, Music History and Literature. 

ARTHUR STUDEBAKER— B.S.; M.S.; Science, Industrial 
Arts; Director of Productions. 

CHARLES J. THOMAS — B.S., M.S.; Industrial Arts De- 
partment Head; Chess Club Sponsor. 



MISS CYNTHIA THUMA — B.A., M.S.; English; Junior 
Great Books Sponsor. 

JOE TOFIL — B.S., M.S.; Athletic Director; Physical Edu- 
cation, Health and Safety, Driver Ed. 

MISS MARIE VAN HORN — B.S., M.S., M.A.; Science. 

DANTE VANTRESCA— B.A., M.S.; Science; Junior Class 
Sponsor. 



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MISS LUCILLE WAHL — A.B., M.S.; Mathematics; Math 

Club, Mu Alpha Theta Sponsor. 
ROGER L. WATEN — B.S.; Junior High Division; Junior 

High Science, Health. 
MRS. RUTH ANN WEBB — B.S., M.B.A.; Bookkeeping, 

General Business, Secretarial Practice. 
JEAN WHITCRAFT — A.B., M.S.; English Department 

Head; English. 



EARL C. WHITE — B.A., M.A.; Junior High Division; Jr. 

High Social Studies; Jr. High Student Council Sponsor. 
MRS. JANE WILLIAMS — B.A., M.A.; English; Future 

Teachers of America Sponsor. 
MISS PAULINE WILLIS — A.B., M.S.; Biology. 
GARY L. WOOD — B.S., M.A.; Business Education. 



CLARICE A. YOUNG— B.S., 
English. 



M.S.; Business Education, 




Camera Shy Teachers 



Charles Anderson 
Sherry Anderson 
James Bennett 
Jerry Chance 
Zebedee Christian 
Donald Coleman 
Rosie Crov^ley 
Debbie Culloden 
Louis Dean 
Arlene Evans 
Alfred Finnil 
Jerry Fultz 
Marie Garner 
Mary Hammak 
David Hammar 
John Katsaropoulos 
Don King 

David Kohmescher 
Delpis Kreeton 
Lawerene Leggett 
Elsie McGill 
Lucille Miller 
William Perry 
Claud Shanks 
Carol Stum 
Christine Sylvester 
D. B. Teague 
Judith White 
Harriet Woessner 
Ruth Wooden 



Mrs. Margaret Reed shows Freshman Gene 
Sloan some of the finer points of typing in the 
new orientation-type combination class. 



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Dedieafion Goes To Long-Time Teacher 




The Class of 71 dedicated Their 
Annual to Mr. Larry Burdick. He has 
been known to students through his 
participation in extra-curricular activi- 
ties at Shortridge and also as a Social 
Studies teacher. Along with being the 
sponsor of the honor student program, 
he also coached the golf team and 
found time to drop in on the HRC and 
to keep score at the basketball games. 
Since 1963, Mr. Burdick has been a 
Social Studies teacher at Shortridge. 
His special interest lies in the field of 
international Relations. 



students listen attentively as their teacher, Mr. 
iLrry Burdick lectures his World History class 
on some "historical aspect. 




Coaxed on stage to speak on JP°f smansh.p, 
Mr. Burdick was shocked to find that the 1971 
Annual was dedicated to hirm. 



Larry Burdick 
di;cus:e; semester grades with senior Reginald 
a World History I class. 



With his grade book open, Mr 
discusses semest 
Grant Mason in 



Senior Council members with Mr. Frigo watch- 
ing over, lough as they make out a gift list 
for the Senior Christmas party. 




Senior Council: First Row — Mr. Ernest Frigo, (sponsor), June Oldham (Annual 
ed.), John Stewart (treas.), Matt Leiber (pres.), Bernadette Randle (v-pres.), 
Kris Teter (seer.). Second Row — Neline Berry, Ann Starrett, Quensetta Wil- 
liams, Angie Dunn, Melvin Carraway, Berena Pannell, Ben Singleteary. Third 
Row — Daphne Johnson, Cheryl Bridgeforth, Liz Ulen, Lorna Douglas, Joyce 



Houghton, Tanya Douglas, Anita Wade, Dove Speckman, Tom Nolan. Back 
Row — Claire Rogers, Lloyd Hall, Karen O'Brien, Karen McClain, Steve Ma- 
son, Alan Patterson, Tim McDowell, Max Reiswerg, Arthur Cobb, Ted Brown, 
Glen McDonald. 



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'71 Class Leaders Plan School Activities 



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A busy year of activities started for 
seniors with the election of class of- 
ficers. Matt Lieber was chosen to lead 
the class as president and Bernadette 
Randle assisted him with his responsi- 
bilities as vice-president. Secretary 
Kris Teter kept notes while Treasurer 
John Steward handled financial mat- 
ters. June Oldham was Annual editor. 

Class officers were automatically 
members of the Senior Council, the 
ruling body of the Senior Class. De- 
cisions were made on selections 
ranging from Annual dedicatee to 
graduation caps and gowns. 



Senior council members hold an informal "Rap 
Session" before getting down to the task of out- 
lining programs for the class of '71. 



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Senior Class Officers: June Oldham, Annual editor; Bernadette Randle, v-pres.; Matt Lieber, pres.,- John Steward, freas.; Kris Teter, sec. 



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Junior Prom Becomes ''Soulful Fantasy" 



Brightly colored balloons, crepe 
streamers in exaggerated lengths, and 
centerpieces in pastel shades were all 
a part of the decor which lent to the 
prom theme, "A Soulful Fantasy." 

Also contributing to the "fantasti- 
cal" mood of the Indiana University 
Medical Center were resounding cords 
of romantic music provided by the 
"Soul Aggressions" Band. Dancing 
the latest steps and stopping for an 
occasional refreshment added to the 
collection of memories of last year's 
Junior Prom. 

The class of 1971 saw Bernadette 
Randle crowned queen of its Junior 
Prom, while Matt Lieber reigned as 
king of "The Soulful Fantasy." 



Jr. Prom Queen Candidates: Kris Teter, Berna- 
dette Randle, Berena Pannell, Anita Wade. Not 
Pictured: Karen O'Brien, Anita Atkins, Carol 
Henderson, Joyce Ellison, Diane Frazier. 












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The class of 1971 chose Bernadette Randle as 
queen of its junior prom. "Her majesty" spies 
a photographer as she catches a breathe of air. 



Jr. Prom King Candidates: Front Row — Ben Singletary, Forrest Wooley. Back Row — Bill Simmons, Tom 
Nolan, Eric Jones. Not Pictured: Melvin Carroway, Steve Mason, Matt Lieber. 



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Exciting Class Day Planned By Officers 




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Predicting the future, remembering 
the past, passing on distinctive char- 
acteristics and presenting gifts to fel- 
low seniors were the task undertaken 
by the 1971 Class Day officers. 

The officers, elected in late Febru- 
ary were Neline Berry, Prophet; An- 
gela Dunn, Historian; David Speck- 
nam, Willmaker; and George Witt, 
Giftorian. Neline predicted "fantastic 
things would happen to a fantastic 
class." Angie reviewed the record 
breaking accomplishments, heart- 
breaking disappointments, and unique 
experiences that made it "the greatest 
four of our our lives." "Speck" willed 
laughter, tears, exasperation, senti- 
ment, and success from the class of 
1971 to the class of '72. Giftorian 
George Witt saw to it that no graduat- 
ing senior was without a "gift" to suit 
his personality. 

Class Day officers received invalu- 
able knowledge from Ernest Frigo, 
Class Sponsor. Mr. Frigo was there to 
offer advice, assistance and many en- 
couraging words. Mr. Frigo was also 
helpful in planning all the activities 
that made 1971 the senior year "one 
to be remembered." 



Class Day Officers, Above: George Witt, Will- At right: A senior council member's whimsical 
maker; Nelline Berry, Prophet; Dave Speckman, quip merits a smile from class sponsor Ernest 
Giftorian. Below: Class Historian Angie Dunn. Frigo. Mr. Frigo sponsors all class functions. 




Senior Party Highlights Yuletide Season 



Loudly sung Christmas carols, a 
jolly Santa in the form of Bishop 
Datson, and a student-decorated 
Christmas tree all helped to set the 
gala mood for the Senior Christmas 
Party. 

The food variety ranged from 
French pastry to good old American 
hot dogs. Potato chips and punch 
were also quite popular on the menu. 

Playing the latest records and danc- 
ing to the music were some of the 
fun-field activities. The highlight of 
the event was the "Gift" presentation. 
The "Gifts" were chosen by a special 
committee of Senior Council members 
and were supposedly suited to the 
personality of their recipients. 



Cheered by the Christmas spirit, Debbie Carpen- 
ter and Gricelda Ross prepare to whisper their 
secret wishes to "Santa Datson." 




• DAVID ADAMS 

MATTHEW DAVID AKARD — Jr. Vaudeville; Campus Bk. 
Key, German, Naturalist, Clbs.; Reserve Exercise in Know- 
ledge; Student Coun.; Big Brother; Honor Student Pro- 
gram. 

ANITA J. ATKINS — Jr. Prom Prog. Com. Ch.; Jr. Vaude- 
ville Make-up Com., Prog. Advertisement Co-Ch.; Choral, 
Girls League, Fresh. -Soph. Great Books, Hi-Y, Human Re- 
lations, True Blue, Y-Teens, Clbs.; All School Play, Christ. 
Play; Commence. Usher; Counselor, Attendance Assts.; 
Prom Queen Cand.; ANNUAL, Christ. ECHO, Fine Arts, Red 
Cross Ags. 
BETTY AVERETTE 



• PEGGY ELAINE AVERITTE — Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella, 
Madrigal; Campus Bk., Footlights, Human Rel., Red Cross 
Clbs.; Student Coun.; Big Sister; Christ. Play; Commence. 
Usher; Christ. Echo staff; Gym, Libr., Assts.; Fine Arts, 
Christ. Echo, Red Cross Ags. 

AURELIA ANNE BAKER — Jr. Vaudeville; Bond; Campus Bk.; 
Footlights, Hi Pi, Le Cercle Francais, True Blue Clbs.; Stu- 
dent Coun.; Honor Stud. Prog.; Echo Staff; Lang., Business 
Assts.; Christ. Echo, Fine Arts Ags. 

STEPHANIE LEE BANKS — Jr. Vaudeville; Campus Bk., Jr.- 
Sr. Great Bk., Human Rel., SPQR Clbs.; Annual staff; Lang. 
Asst.; Annual Ag. 

JEFFERY TYRONE BARBOUR — Jr. Vaudeville; Fresh. Basket- 
ball; Track; Intramural Bowling; Hi Pi, Le Cercle Francois, 
Le Fleurs De Lys (pres.); Clbs; Student Coun.; Big Brother; 
Annual Ag. 



• CARL BARNETT 

DENISE BARNEH 

KATHY J. BARNETT — Jr. Vaudeville; Orchestra; Human 

Rel. Clb.; Commence. Usher; Counselor Asst.; Annual, 

Christ Echo, Red Cross Ags. 

BRYCE BATE 




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• WALTER BEACH 

CYNTHIA JEANNETTE BEAVEN — Jr. Vaudeville Usher; Girl's 
League; Student Coun.; NEDT Certif.; Natl Merit Com- 
mended; Commence. Usher; Annual, Fine Arts Ags. 
CLAUDIA BELINSKI 

SHIRLEY ANN BELLAMY — Jr. Vaudeville; FBLA, Fr.-Soph. 
Great Bks, Human Rel. Y-Teens Clbs.; Student Coun.; Big 
Sister; Commence. Usher; Red Cross, Fine Arts Ags. 



• JEANETTE BENBERRY — Girl's League, Red Cross; Stu- 
dent Coun.; Big Sister; Echo staff; Counselor, Nurse Assts.; 
Annual, Christ. Echo Ags. 

NELINE RACHEL BERRY — Sr. Coun.; Jr. Policy; Jr. Class 
(v-pres.); A Cappella; Key Clb. (spons.); NHS; Spanish 
(pres.); Student Coun.; Big Sister; Honor Stud. Prog.; Com- 
mence. Usher; Echo Distb. 
SUSIE BLANDINA 

JAMES ROBERT BISHOP — Intramural Bowling; Chess, Coin, 
Spanish Clbs.; Honor Stud. Prog.; Y.F.U. Finland. 



• JOSEPH BISHOP 
REGINALD BOONE 

ELEANOR D. BRADBORD — A Cappella; Choral, Human Rel. 
Clbs; Big Sister; Nat'l Merit Commended; School Musical- 
Annual, Christ. Echo Ags. 

LISA ANN BRADY — Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; Jr. Vaude- 
ville Act Ch.; A Cappella; Choral, Folk Singing, Human 
Rel., Le Cercle Francois Clbs.; NHS; Student Coun; Big 
Sister; Honor Stud. Prog; NEDT Cert.; School Musical; 
Commence. Usher. 



• CAROLYN BREWER 

CHERYL LYNN BRIDGEFORTH— Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; Jr. 

Vaudeville; Jr. Class Sec.; A Cappella; Choral Clb.; Girl's 

Ensemble; Campus Bk.; FTA, Human Rel., True Blue Clbs; 

Student Coun. (treas.); Big Sister; Honor Stud. Prog.; 

School Musical; All-school, Christ. 

Usher; Echo staff; Dean, Business 

Princess Cand.; Annual, Christ. Echo, 

Ags. 

DENISE BROOKS 

BARBARA BROWN 



Plays; Commence. 
Assts; Homecoming 
Fine Arts, Red Cross 



• EDWIN WILSON BROWN III — Sr. Coun.; Jr. Policy; 
Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella (treos.); Music Men; Human 
Re!., Key (v-pres.); Naturalist (steering com.), Photog. 
Clbs.; Student Coun.; Big Brother; Honor Stud. Prog.; NEDT 
Cert.; Annual (photog.); Echo (phoyog); Book Store Asst. 
KERRY BRUNT 

MICHAEL BUNCH — Fresh., Res., Vars., Football; Spanish 
Clb.; Big Brother. 
MADELINE BURNS 



• PATRICIA BURRIS 
PETER BUSCHMAN 
SUSAN BUSCHMAN 
SALOME BUTLER — Commence. 



Usher; Graphic Arts Asst. 



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• GLORIA LOUISE BUTSH — Jan. Grad., Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville; A Cappella; Choral Clb.; Girl's League, Inter- 
national Exchange, Libr., True Blue, Y-Teens Clbs.; Student 
Coun.; Big Sister, Honor Stud. Prog.; School Musical; All- 
School Play; Commence. Usher; Echo staff; Eng., Libr., 
Dean, Attendance Asst.; Christ Echo, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Ags.; Intra-city Youth Council. 

ELAINE ANN BUXTON — Girl's League, True Blue Clbs.; 
Deans Asst.; Junior Achievement. 
PAT BYLAND 
BRENDA CANEDY 

• DEBORAH F. CARPENTER— Jan. Grad.; Jr. Prom Com. 
Ch.; Jr. Vaudeville; Bowling; FBLA, FTA, German, Girl's 
League, Human Rel., Le Cercle Francois, True Blue, Y- 
Teens Clbs.; Student Coun.; Big Sister; Honor Stud. Prog.; 
All-School Play, Commence Usher; Biology, Counselor, 
Hist., Nurse Asst,; Homecoming Queen; Christ. Echo, Fine 
Arts, Red Cross Ags.; Pom Pom Girl (cap.). 

MELVIN JOEY CARRAWAY — Sr. Council; Jr. Vaudeville 
Act Ch.; Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Madrigal; Music 
Men; Manager Res., Var. Basketball; German, Human 
Rel. Clbs.; Student Coun.; Big Brother; School Musical- 
Gym Asst.; Annual, Fine Arts, Red Cross Ags. 
JACKIE CARTER 

CORNELIUS WARD CHANDLER — Sr. Council, Sr. Play, Fresh, 
Res., Var., Wrestling; History, Lettermen's, Math, Red 
Cross, Spanish Clbs.; Big Brother; Honor Stud. Prog.; ROTC 
Asst.; Annual, Fine Arts, Red Cross Ags; ROTC C/Lt/Col. 

• ARTHUR COBB JR. — Sr. Council; Jr. Vaudeville; Fresh., 
Res., Var. Baseball; Fresh., Res., Basketball; Bowling; 
Fresh., Res., Var. Football; A Cappella; Music Men; Key, 
Lettermen's Clubs; Student Coun.; Big Brother; Gym Asst; 
Fine Arts Ag; Stage Crew. 

CATHERINE CONERTY 

MARJORY ANNE CRAFT — Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; 

Choral, Human Rel., International Exchange, Naturalist, 

SPQR Clubs.; NHS; Student Coun.; Big Sister; Honor Stud. 

Prog.; NEDT Cert.; School Musical; Nurse's Asst.; Annual, 

Christ. Echo, Fine Arts Ags. 

SUSAN CRAWFORD 

• MICHAEL J. CURRY — Jan. Grad. Jr. Vaudeville; Fresh., 
Res., Var. Football; Band; Orchestra; Campus Bk, Letter- 
men's Clbs.; NEDT Cert. 

ROD CURRY 
MITCHELL DARDIN 
CLARENCE DEHONIESTA 

• DEL DICKERSON 

TODD DIETZ — Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; Fresh. Football; 
Var. Tennis; Fresh., Res., Wrestling; Human Rel., Letter- 
men's Math, Mu Alpha Theta, Naturalist Clbs.; NHS; Big 
Brother; Honor Stud. Prog.; NEDT Cert.; Nat'l Merit Com- 
mended. 

BISHOP DODSON 

LORNA EILEEN DOUGLAS — Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville; A Cappella; Girl's Ensemble; Human Rel. Clb.; 
NHS (v-pres.); Big Sister; Honor Stud. Prog.; NEDT Cert.; 
Nat'l Achievement Semifin.; School Musical; Commence. 
Usher; Annual staff; Echo staff. 

• TANYA DOUGLAS — Sr. Council; Jr. Vaudeville; Girls' 
League (v. Pres.); HR. Red Cross, True Blue Clbs.; Student 
Coun.; Big Sister; Honor Stud. Pro.; Annual Christ. Echo; 
Ags; Pom Pom Girls; Soul Ensemble; Nurse, Deans Asst.; 
Jr. Achievement. 

MARGOT G. DRYBROUGH — Jr. Prom Com.; Jr. Vaudeville; 
Girl's League; Human Rel., True Blue Clbs.; Student Coun.; 
Big Sister; School Musical; Commence. Usher; Bk. Store, 
Gym Asst.; Annual, Fine Arts, Red Cross Ags. 
ANGELA LANESE DUNN— Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Annual Academics Ed., Adv. Mgr.; FBLA, Girl's 
League, Human Rel., Red Cross (pres.), Spanish (treas.), 
Portuguese, True Blue, Y-Teens (pub. ch.) Clbs.; Student 
Coun.; Big Sister; Red Cross Commendation 200 hour ser- 
vice pin; Commence. Usher; Echo staff; Lang., Attendance, 
Nurse Asst.; Annual, Christ. Echo, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Ags., Sr. CI. Historian. 

MARILYN EATON — Band; Footlights; Student Coun. Big 
Sister; CounseJor, Band Asst.; Fine Arts Ag. 




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Counselors 
Aid Seniors 



At the close of their high school 
years, seniors began to plan for the 
future, many looking toward a col- 
lege education. These seniors found 
help in room 109 with Mrs. Dorothy 
Otto, the college counselor. 

Representatives from colleges and 
universities throughout the U.S. came 
to talk to interested pupils. 



Mrs. Otto, college counselor. Instructs MImi 
Burns and Debra Soma in the intricate details 
of filling out college applications. 



Big Sis- 



• CAROLYN STARR ELLIOTT— FBLA (v-pres.); 
ter; Business Ed. Office; Business Office Asst. 
JOYCE ELIZABETH ELLISON— Jr. Vaudeville; Jr. Vaude- 
ville Act. Ch.; A Cappello; Choral Club; Girl's Ensemble; 
Girl's League; NHS; Big Sister; Honor Stud. Prog.; NEDT 
Cert.; Fresh. Cheerleader; Commence. Usher; Music Dept. 
Asst.; Prom Queen Cond. 
MARCIA ANN ERICKSON 
SUZAN JEANNE ERNST 



• JOHN MATTHEW FERGUSON 
ANNETTE BRENDA FLANAGAN 
GREGORY RUDY FLYNN 

PAULEHE FORD— Jr. Prom Com, Ch.; Jr. Vaudeville; A 
Cappello; Choral Club; Madrigal; FBLA, Girl's League, Hu- 
man Rel., FTA, True Blue Clbs.; Student Coun.; Big Sister; 
School Musical; Commence. Usher; Counselor, Dean Assts.; 
Asst. Teacher School 60; Red Cross Ag. 



• SUZANNE MARIE FORTIER 

JAMES A. FOUNTAIN 

CLARENCE EDWARD FRAZIER — Jr. Vaudeville; Fresh., Res., 

Var. Football; Fresh., Res., Var. Track; Fresh., Res., Var. 

Wrestling (Co-captain); Letterman's Club.; Big Brother; 

Stage Crew. 

THOMAS FOSTER FREEBAIRN 



• MARK E. FREEMAN 

JAMES JOHN FROELICH 

DEBORAH ANNE GARRETT — A Cappello; Choral Club; 

Student Coun.; True Blue, FTA Clbs.; Exploratory Teacher; 

Big Sister; Libr. Asst.; Annual, Fine Arts Ags. 

JEANETTE LUCILLE GERZON 



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Senior Slop Committee Members: Karen O'Brien, Angle Dunn, Liz Ulen, Art 
Cobb, Tom Nolan, Karen McKee, Reggie Mason, Matt Lieber, June Oldham, 
and Gary Thompson ham it up for the photographer as a baffled Harriet 



Sharlow looks on. A bit of info for fashion-conscious on lookers: The ap- 
parel being "modeled" in this picture is but a mere sampling of the 
extravagant garb worn on that unforgettable Senior Slop Day, 1971. 




• REATHA GLEN 

MICHAEL REGINALD GOLER — Jr. Policy; Orchestra; String; 
Ensemble; Pit Orchestra; Chess, Debate, Exercise in Know- 
ledge, Fiction, German (v-pres), Fr-Soph Great Bks, Hi 
Pi, High School Bowl, Human Rel., Key, NHS, SEPAC 
clbs; Student Coun; Big Brother; Honor Stud. Prog.; NETD 
Cert.; Nat'l Achievement Commended; Biology, Chemistry, 
Physics Assts.; Annual, Christmas Echo, Fine Arts Ags. 
PATRICIA ANNE GREGORY — Jr. Vaudeville; Human Rel., 
Spanish, Y-Teens' pub. ch., clubs; Shorthand, Typing 
Awards; Echo staff; Counselor, Library Assts. 
LINDA GUNN 



• LESLIE JEAN HALL 

LLOYD EUGENE HALL — Sr. Council; Jr. Vaudeville; A Cap- 
ella; Music Men; Debate, Fr-Soph Great Bks., Human Rel. 
Key, SPQR clbs; Stud. Coun.; Big Brother; NETD Cert.; 
Nat'l Merit Commended; School Musical; Music Asst. 
MARILYN LOUISE HAMLER — Girl's Drill Team; Girl's 
League, Fr-Soph Great Bks., Human Rel., Spanish, Y-Teens 
clbs; Big Sister; Commence. Usher; Student Coun.; His. 
Asst.; Christ. Echo Ag. 
MARK FRIEARD HAMMER 




• LEVY THOMAS HARRIS III 
CHRISTINA ANN HATHAWAY 
NANCY HAWKE 
ERNEST N. HAWKINS 




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• JONATHAN ALLEN HAWKINS — Fresh. Intramural 
Bowling; Fresh. Football; Fresh. Track; Fr.-Soph. Great Bks. 
Clb.; Student Coun. 

RHENA HAYES — Jr. Vaudeville; German, Girl's League, Hu- 
man Rel. Clbs.; Student Coun.; Big Sister; Christ. Echo 
Staff; Christ. Echo, Red Cross Ags. 
CAROL HENDERSON 
JERRY JOSEPH HILL 



• JUANITA LYNN HOGAN — Jr. Vaudeville; Girl's 
League, Spanish, True Blue Clbs; Student Coun.; Big Sis- 
ter; Commence. Usher; Dean Asst.; Annual, Christ. Echo 
Ags. 

ROBERT CHRISTIAN HOLSTEIN 
VERNELL JO HOOD — Big Sister; Library Asst. 
JOYCE MARIE HOUGHTON — Sr. Coun.; Jr. Vaudeville; 
Girl's League (sec), Fr-Soph Great Bks, Human Rel., Span- 
ish Clbs.; Big Sister; Honor Stud. Prog.; NEDT Cert.; Nat'l. 
Merit Commended; Commence. Usher; Nurse Asst. Fine 
Arts Ag. 



• JANICE DE HOXIE — NHS; NETD Cert.; Book Store, 
Lang., Attendance Assts. 

JOHN C. HUDELSON— A Cappella; Orchestra; String En- 
semble; NHS, Naturalist Clbs.; Big Brother; NETD Cert; 
Orchestra Award for Outstanding Underclassman; Music 
Asst. 

RICHARD LEWIS HUDSON 

ANNE CECELIA JACOBI— News Bureau; Footlights, SPQR 
(pres.), Spanish, Thespians Clbs.; Girl's Drill Team; Big 
Sister; ROTC Sponsor (first It.); Howe High School. 



• FRANK JACOBS JR. 
MILLIE JAKOVLIJOVIC 

JUDITH ANN JESSUP — Jr. Vaudeville; Footlights Clb; Stu- 
dent Coun.; Big Sister; Commence. Usher; Counselor Asst.; 
Annual, Fine Arts Assts. 

DAPHNE ANNETTE JOHNSON — Sr. Coun.; Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville; A Cappella; Girl's Ensemble; Footlights, Girl's 
League, Human Rel., True Blue Clbs.; Student Coun.; Big 
Sister; Honor Stud. Prog.; Fresh., Res., Vars. Cheerleader; 
School Musical; All-School Play; Gym, Music Assts.; Fine 
Arts Ag.; Stage Crew. 



• STEVE ARTHUR JOHNSON 

DEBORAH LYNN JONES— Jr. Vaudeville; Red Cross, Y- 

Teens clbs.; Big Sister; Echo Staff; Attendance Asst.; 

Christ. Echo Ag. 

JACQUELINE JONES 

ROBERT L. JONES III — Fresh., Res., Vars. Basketball; Res., 

Vars. Track; Lettermen's, Naturalist Clbs.; Student Coun.; 

NEDT Cert.; Guoi Award. 



• BRUCE MATHEW JORDAN 

CHARLES KEVIN KELSO — Jr. Vaudeville; Fri. Echo Edit.; 
News Bureau; Vars. Bowling; Vars. Tennis; Orchestra; 
Debate, Hi Pi, Human Rel., Key, Lettermen's, Math, Mu 
Alpha Theta, Naturalist, Quill and Scroll, SPQR Clbs.; 
Exercise in Knowledge; High School Bowl; Big Brother; 
NEDT Cert.; School Musical; All-School Play; Echo Staff. 
ROBERT JAMES KEMPER 
DONNA CAMILLE KENNEDY 



111 



• KEVIN ALLEN KILLEBREW — Res., Vars. Mgr. (Basket- 
ball); Bowling; Fresh., Res. Football; Fresh. Wrestling; 
Campus Bk., Hi Pi, Lettermen's, Spanish Clbs.; Student 
Coun.; Big Brother; Gym, Lang. Assts. 

KERRY LOU KIRCH — Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Choral 
Club; Girl's Ensemble; German's pres.). Girl's League 
(sec). Naturalist Clbs.; NHS; Student Coun.; Big Sister; 
I.U. Honors (Germany); School Musical; Homecoming 
Queen cand. 
JOHN KIRMIL 
KAZUKO KNIGHT 



• JAMES LAMBERT 

TRISH LASHER 

LAWRENCE LAURAY — Spanish Clb.; Student Coun.; Big 

Brother; Bk Store, Counselor Assts.; Indiana Rep. at U.N. 

LINDA LEE 



• EMILEE LENNIS — Red Cross, Spanish Clbs.; Big Sister; 
Dean's Asst. 

WILLIAM LEVEQUE — Jr. Vaudeville; A CappelJo; Fresh. 
Tennis; Fr. Soph. Great Bks., Jr.-Sr. Great Bks., Human 
Rel., Key Clbs.; Student Coun.; Big Brother; NETD Cert.; 
Christmas Echo Staff; Echo Staff. 

RUTH LEWIS — Jr. Vaudeville; Human Rel., Red Cross, 
Spanish Clbs.; Annual, Red Cross Ags. 

MATHEW LIEBER— Sr. Class (pres); Jr. Prom Com. Ch.; 
Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; Fresh. Basketball; Fresh. Res., 
Vars. Football; Human Rel., Key Naturalist (pres.) Clbs.; 
Student Coun.; Big Brother; Honor Stud. Prog.; Eng, At- 
tendance Assts.; Homecoming (co-ch); Prom King. 

• PAUL E. LINGEMAN — News Bureau; Vars. Cross Coun- 
try; Vars. Track; Human Rel. Clb.; Student Coun.; Big 
Brother; Annual Ag. 

ROBERT L. MADDEN — Jr. Policy; A Cappella; Madrigal; 

Debate, Footlights, Human Rel., Le Cercle Francois, Quill 

and Scroll, Portuguese Clbs.; Big Brother; Honor Stud. 

Prog.; School Musical; Annual staff; Christ. Echo staff; 

Echo staff. 

KENNY MANSON — Chess Clb.; Big Brother; Honor Stud. 

Prog. 

CHRISTINE MARTIN — Girl's League, Fr.-Soph. Great Bks. 

Clubs.; Student Coun.; Annual, Christ. Echo, Fine Arts Ags. 

• DEBORAH RENE MARTIN — Jr. Vaudeville; Girl's 
League, Spanish, True Blue Clbs; Student Coun.; Big Sis- 
ter; Commence. Usher; Art Asst.; Homecoming Queen Cand. 
REGINALD GRANT MASON — Jr. Vaudeville; Fresh. Foot- 
ball; Vars. Rifleteom; Lettermen's Clb.; Scholastic Award 
(Honorable Mention); ROTC (Major, Battalion Commander). 
STEVE ALLEN MASON — Sr. Council; Jr. Vaudeville; Intra- 
mural Bowling; Music Men; Band; Orchestra; Human Rel., 
Key Clbs.; Student Coun.; Jr. Prom King Cand. 

KAREN ELIZABETH McCLAIN — Sr. Coun.; Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville Act Ch.; Jr. Vaudeville; Choral Clb.; Girl's 
League, Human Rel., International Exchange, Naturalist, 
NHS Clbs.; Key Clb. (sponsor); Honor Stud. Prog., NETD 
Cert.; DAR Award; VFU, France; Vars. Cheerleading; Com- 
mence. Usher; Lang. Asst. Homecoming Princess Cand. 

• ALAN DAVID McCULLOUGH — Jan. Grod.; Intramural 
Bowling; Chess, Coin, Hypnosis (pres.) Clbs.; NEDT Cert.; 
Echo Staff; ROTC (Cadet Major). 

FELIX McDANIEL III — SPQR Clb.; Christ. Echo Ag.; ROTC 
(Color Guard-Officer-Drill Team). 

GLENN WICK McDONALD — Sr. Coun.; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; A Cappella (pres.); Madrigal; Music Men; Chess, 
Human Rel., Key, Naturalist (v-pres.) Clbs.; Exercise in 
Knowledge (capt.); High School Bowl (capt.); Student 
Coun.; Big Brother; Honor Stud. Prog.; NEDT Cert.; KLOPP 
Award; School Musical; Echo staff; Biology Asst.; Annual, 
Christ. Echo, Fine Arts, Red Cross Ags.; SOUL Week Steer- 
ing Com. 

MARSHA JEAN McDOWELL— Fresh., Res., Vars. Cheerlead- 
er; Student Coun.; Girls League; Spanish Club.; Girls En- 
semble; Choral Club; Jr. Vaudeville; School Musical; Gym 
Assist.; Big Sister; NEDT Cert.; Botany Award; Commence. 
Usher. 




112 



Shortridge's 
Own Champ 




swum 
napolis 



Jr. Olympic swimmer, Maurice Wolfred, swim- 
ming the breast stroke comes up gasping for air 
during doily practice session. 



Senior Maurice Wolfred 
participated in the 1967 Jr. 
Olympics, taking fourth 
place in the 200 yard 
backstroke. He also went 
to California in 1968 for 
the Olympic trials. He has 
with the India- 
All-Stars against 
Louisville and participated 
in the Summer Nationals 
this past year. Maurice has 
been swimming on a local 
team for ten years. 

• TIMOTHY THOMAS McDOWELL III-— Naturalist (treas.j, 
Key, Human Rel. Clbs.; Student Coun.; Sr. Coun.; Jr. Policy; 
Jr. Vaudeville; Res. Basketball; Vors. Golf; Humanities 
Com.; Honor Stud. Prog.; Biology Citation; NEDT Cert.; 
Big Brother. 

• GALE A. MclNTOSH — Jr. Vaudeville; Footlights Clb., 
SHS Day Ch.; Student Coun.; All-School Play; Echo Staff; 
Gym Asst. 

KAREN ANN McKEE — Jr. Vaudeville; Annual (Senior ed.); 
A Cappello; Choral Club; Footlights, Girl's League, Hu- 
man Rel., Naturalist, True Blue Clbs; Student Coun.; SOUL 
Week Steering Com.; Big Sister; Honor Stud. Prog.; Com- 
mence. Usher; Dean, Nurse Assts. 

MARY ELIZABETH McSHANE — Girl's League; Student Coun.; 
Big Sister; NEDT Cert.; Ladywood. 

BEVERLY J. MOODY — Spanish (v-pres) Clb.; I.U. Honors 
Prog. (Mexico); Libr., Business Assts. 

• KAREN DEE MOORE — Girl's League, True Blue Clbs. 
STEVEN MOORE 

TERRI LYNN MOORE 

MICHAEL LOUIS MORGAN— Jr. Vaudeville; Echo (photo.); 
Footlights, German (treas.). Hi Pi, SEPAC, Thespians Clbs.; 
Big Brother; School Musical; All-School Play; Christ. Play; 
Chem. Asst.; Fine Arts, Christ. Echo, Red Cross Ags.; Foot- 
ball (mgr.); Rifle Team (vars. capt.); ROTC (c/lt. col.); 
Stage Crew; Battalion Executive Officer. 



• WILLIAM EDWARD MOWRY 

GERALD L. MURRAY — Jr. Vaudeville; Fresh., Res., Vars. 
Copt. Baseball; Bowling; Res., Vars. Football; Fresh. Wres- 
tling; A Cappello; Music Men; Lettermen's, Spanish Clbs. 
MICHAEL EDGAR MYERS — Jr. Vaudeville Act Ch.; Annual 
(Sports ed.); Echo (Thurs. ed.. Sports ed.); Res., Vars. Base- 
ball; Fresh. Basketball; Band; Fiction, Key, Quill and 
Scroll Clbs.; NHS (pres.); Student Coun.; Big Brother; Hon- 
or Stud. Prog.; Quill and Scroll National Writing Contest 
(1969-70); School Musical; All-School Play. 
MADELYN L. NEELY — Jon. Grod.; Orchestra; FBLA (sec). 
Red Cross, Spanish, True Blue, Libr. Clbs.; Big Sister; Libr. 
Asst.; Christ. Echo, Fine Arts, Red Cross Ags. 

• DENISE R. NICHOLAS 

DAVID WILLIAM NISS — Bond; Orchestra; Hi Pi, Key, Na- 
turalist Clbs.; NHS; Big Brother; Honor Stud. Prog.; NEDT 
Cert. 

THOMAS COVERT NOLAN — Sr. Coun.; Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Fresh., Res. Basketball; Fresh., Res., Vars. Foot- 
ball; Fiction (pres).. Human Rel., Key, Le Cercle Francois, 
Lettermen's, Naturalist Clbs.; NHS; Student Coun. (pres.); 
Big Brother; NEDT Cert.; Not'l Merit Semifin.; I.U. Honors 
Prog. (France); Christ. Echo Staff; Echo Staff; Lang. Asst.; 
Prom King Cand. 

KAREN LUISE O'BRIEN — Sr. Coun.; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaude- 
ville Act. Ch.; Choral Club; Tennis; Girl's League, Human 
Rel., Key (sponsor), Le Cercle Francois, Naturalist, True 
Blue Clbs.; NHS; Student Coun.; Big Sister; Honor Stud. 
Prog.; Biology Merit Award; School Musical; Commence. 
Usher; Counselor, Gym Assts.; Homecoming Queen Cand.; 
Homecoming Princess; Prom Queen Cand. 



113 



Steve Mason Utilizes Exceptional Talent 



Not only is he amazingly good on 
the piano and organ, but Steve Mason 
is also an accomplished composer. 
During his junior year, he recorded his 
original composition, "Nitty Gritty 
Humbug." He also has played as the 
introductory act for jazz pianist Ram- 
sey Lewis at Bush Stadium and at the 
Indianapolis reception for flutist Her- 
bie Mann. Steve is quite an accom- 
plished base clarinetist and an ex- 
ceptionally talented singer. 



Grooving to his own composition "Nitty Gritty 
Humbug", Steve Mason plays on his organ his 
original composition. 



• GARY LEE OGDEN — Jr. Vaudeville; Intramural Bowl- 
ing; Res. Vars. Mgr. (Football); Band; Orchestra; German, 
Key, Lettermen's Clbs.; Physical Science Asst.; Annual Ag. 
JUNE DENISE OLDHAM — Annual Ed.; Sr. Coun.; Tennis; 
Hi Pi (treas.), Le Cercle Francois, Math; Naturalist, Quill 
and Scroll, Footlights Clbs.; Student Coun.; Photography 
(Annual); Honor Stud. Prog.; NEDT Cert.; Nat'l Achieve- 
ment Finalist; Fine Arts Ag.; Biology Award of Merit; 
Park Tudor Seminar. 

ROGER EVAN ORTON — Naturalist, Spanish Clbs.; Honor 
Stud. Prog. 

SHERRY LYNN OWSLEY — Girl's League, Spanish Clbs.; Stu- 
dent Coun.; Big Sister; Typing Award; Pom Pom Girl; Busi- 
ness Ed., Art Assts. 

• BERENA MARCELLA PANNELL — Sr. Coun.; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; A Cappello; Choral Club; Girl's League, Campus Bk., 
FTA, Human Rel., Spanish Clbs.; Student Coun.; Big Sister; 
Nat'l Achievement Semifin.; School Musical; Commence. 
Usher; Homecoming Queen Cand.; Prom Queen Cand.; Red 
Cross Ag. 

JOEL L. PARKER — Jr. Vaudeville; Coin, Le Cercle Francois 
Clbs.; Student Coun.; Big Brother; All-School, Christ. Plays; 
Christ. Echo Ag.; Stage Crew. 

ALAN BRUCE PATTERSON — Sr. Council; Jr. Vaudeville; 
Fresh., Res., Vers. Basketball; Vars. Golf; Human Rel., Key, 
Lettermen's, Naturalist Clbs.; Student Coun.; Big Brother; 
Honor Stud. Prog.; NEDT Cert.; National High School 
Science Institute; Annual, Red Cross Ags. 
CAROL ANN PIKE — Jr. Vaudeville; International Exchange, 
Spanish Clbs.; Big Sister; Honor Stud. Prog.; Nurse Asst. 

• FREDERICK WM. POEHLMANN — A CappelJo; German 
(pres.). Key Clbs.; NHS; Student Coun.; NEDT Cert.; I.U. 
Honors Prog. (Germany); Long. Asst. 

RONALD EDGAR POLLARD — Jr. Policy; Campus Bk., Ger- 
man, Hi Pi, Human Rel. Clbs.; Student Coun.; Big Brother; 
NEDT Cert.; Echo staff; Red Cross Ag. 

JOHN LEE POSEY — Jr. Vaudeville; A Coppello; Gym Asst. 
WILLETA POSLEY — Jr. Vaudeville; Footlights; FBLA, Girl's 
League, Red Cross, Spanish, Tri-Hi-Y, FTA, Clbs.; Stu- 
dent Coun.; Big Sister; Attendance Asst.; Red Cross, Fine 
Arts Ags. 



• JUANiTA POUNDS 

LINDA RAGLAND — Jan. Grod.; Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappeilo; 
Choral Club; Orchestra; FTA, Human Rel., Spanish, Tri-Hi- 
Y; Clbs.; Student Coun.; Big Sister; Honor Stud. Prog.; 
Commence. Usher; Fine Arts Ag. 

• BARBARA RANDELL 

BERNADETTE RANDLE— Sr. Class V-pres.; Sr. Coun.; Jr. 
Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; A Coppello; Choral Club; Girl's 
Ensemble; Campus BK, FTA, Girl's League, Human Rel., 
Red Cross, Spanish, True Blue, Y-Teens Clbs.; Student 
Coun.; Big Sister; School Musical; All-School Ploy; Christ. 
Play; Commence. Usher; Counselor, Nurse Assts.; Prom 
Queen; Annual; Christ. Echo, Fine Arts, Red Cross Ags. 




^^KM 




114 



i 




• WILLIAM RAUCH 
THOMAS GREGORY RAY 

MAX S. REISWERG — Sr. Coun.; Jr. Vaudeville,- Fresh. Var- 
sity Basketball, Lettermen, Human Re!., Naturalist, Span- 
ish Clbs; Big Brother. 
SUSAN JEAN RICE 

• LAWRENCE B. RISCH 

THERESA LOUISE ROBERTS — FTA Clb.; Nat'l Merit Semi- 
fin. 

SUSAN MARGARET ROBINSON — Jr. Vaudeville; A Cap- 
pella; Choral Club; Girl's Ensemble; Girl's League, Human 
Rel., Naturalist Clbs.; NHS; Student Coun.; Big Sister; 
Honor Stud. Prog.; NEDT Cert,; Commence. Usher; Atten- 
dance Asst. 

CLAIRE ADELE ROGERS — Sr. Council; A Cappella; Choral 
Club; Girl's League, Human Rel., Red Cross, True Blue, 
FTA Clbs.; Student Coun.; Big Sister; Honor Stud. Prog.; 
School Musical; All-School Play; Dean Asst. 

• GRICELDA ROSS — Jr. Policy; Footlights, FBLA (pres.) 
Girl's League, Human Rel., Photography, Red Cross 
(v-pres.). True Blue, Y-Teens (pres., v-pres.) Clbs.; Pom 
Pom Girl; Big Sister; Honor Stud. Prog,; Typing Awards; 
Echo staff; Annual, Christ., Echo, Red Cross Ags.; ROTC 
(1st Lt.); All School Play. 

MARLENA KAY ROTH 

JOHN WENDELL ROWINGS — Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville Act 

Ch.; Exercise in Knowledge (mgr.); High School Bowl 

(mgr.); Key (sec). Math (treas.). Naturalist Clbs.; 

Student Coun.; Big Brother; Honor Stud. Prog.; 

Merit Semi-fin.; Chem. Asst.; Christ. Echo, Ags,; 

Ass. Alumni Award. 

BRIAN T. RUCKER — (vars. mgr,) Basketball; (vars. 

Track; (res,) Wrestling; Student Coun,; Big Brother, 



NHS; 

Nat'l 



mgr. 



4iMWlM 



• ANN ELIZABETH RUSSELL— Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville 
Act Ch,; Jr, Vaudeville; A Capella; Choral Club; Girl's 
League, Human Relations (officer); International Exchange, 
Le Cercle Francois, Naturalist Clbs,; NHS; Student Coun.; 
Big Sister; Honor Student Prog,; NEDT Cert,; Nat'l Merit 
Semi-finalist; School Musical. 

JANIS LOUISE RUSSELL — Jr. Vaudeville; Footlights; FBLA, 
FTA, Girl's League, Human Rel., Le Cercle Francois, 
True Blue Clbs.; Big Sister; Honor Stud. Prog.; All-school, 
Christ. Plays; Commence. Usher; Libr. Asst.; Goshen Ex- 
change Prog. 

MARGIE ANN SANDERSON — Echo Ed. (Tues,, weekly); 
News Bureau; German (sec). Girl's League, Quill and 
Scroll, Hypnosis Clbs; NHS; Big Sister; Honor Stud. Prog.; 
NEDT Cert.; Christ. Echo Staff; Echo Staff; Echo Asst; An- 
nual Ag. 

ROBERT LEE SAYLES — Res., Vars. Cross Country; Fresh., 
Res,, Wrestling; Human Rel., Latin Clbs.; Big Brother. 

• GEORGE ROBERT SHANKLIN — Fresh., Res., Vars. Base- 
ball; Fresh,, Res., Vars. Basketball; Hi-Y, Lettermen's, Red 
Cross Clbs.; Big Brother; Art Asst. 

JENNIFER F. SHANKLIN — Jr. Vaudeville; Human Rel., 
Red Cross, Spanish, Y-Teens Clbs.; Christ. Echo Ag. 
HARRIET ANN SHARLOW — Jr. Policy; Vaudeville Prog. 
Ed,; Echo Ed. (Wed.); News Bureau; Girl's League, Fr.- 
Soph. Great Bks, Jr.-Sr. Great Bks., Libr., Quill and Scroll, 
True Blue, Portuguese Clbs.; NHS (sec-treas.); Big Sis- 
ter (co-ch,); Honor Stud. Prog.; NEDT Cert.; Betty Crocker 
Homemoker of Tomorrow; Biology, Typing Awards; Great- 
er Inpls. Essay Contest (4th place); School Musicial; Echo 
Staff; History, Libr Asst; Fine Arts Ag. 
DEBORAH KAYE SHAW 

• JOHN DALE SHAW — Jr. Prom Com. Ch.; Jr. Policy; 
Jr. Vaudeville; Music Men; Band; Exercise in Knowledge; 
High School Bowl; Human Rel., Key, Moth (pres), Mu 
Alpha Theta Clbs.; NHS; Student Coun.; Big Brother; Hon- 
or Stud. Prog,; NEDT Cert.; Nat'l Merit Semifin.; School 
Musical; Echo Staff; Annual, Christ. Echo Ags; Stage Crew. 
ARTHUR SHORTER — Res., Vars. Baseball; Fresh., Res. Bas- 
ketball; Fresh. Football; Red Cross, Spanish Clbs.; Student 
Coun.; Big Brother; ROTC (N.C.O.). 

DANIEL F. SHULLENBERGER — Jr. Vaudeville; Fresh. Basket- 
ball; Fresh. Football; Key, Naturalist Clbs.; Big Brother; 
Honor Stud. Prog,; NEDT Cert.; Mechanical Drawing, Typ- 
ing Awards. 
WILLIAM BOYD SIMMONS 



115 



• BENJAMIN SINGLETEARY JR. — Sr. Coun.; Jr. Policy; 
Jr. Vaudeville; Vars. Baseball; Fresh., Res., Vars. Basket- 
ball; Fresh. Cross Country; Fresh. Track; Campus Bk., Foot- 
lights, Human Rel., Lettermen's, Red Cross Clbs.; Student 
Coun.; Big Brother; Commence Usher; Counselor, Gym, 
Art Assts.; Red Cross Ag.; Prom King cond. 
DAVID H. SLATES 
AARON R. SMITH 
BONITA SMITH 



• GREGORY LEWIS SMITH — Vars. Cross Country; Fresh., 
Res., Vars. Track; Lettermen's Clb.; Art Asst.; Fine Arts, 
Red Cross Assts. 
SUSAN ELIZABETH SOLTERMAN 

DAVID LEE SPECKMAN — Fresh., Res., Vars. Basketball; 
Fresh. Track; Vars. Golf; Key Naturalist, Lettermen's, Hu- 
man Relat. Clbs.; A Cappella; Senior Coun.; Student 
Coun.; Class Day Officer (Giftorian). 
JOYCE SPENCER 



• HERBERT MARTIN SPURRIER 

ROBERT STALLION— Fresh. Football; Fresh. Track; Fr.-Soph. 
Great Bks. Clb.; Student Coun.; Big Brother; All School 
Play; Annual, Christ. Echo Ags.; Stage, Make-up crew. 
DEBORAH LEE STANFILL 

ANN CELESTE STARRETT— Sr. Coun.; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Jr. Class Publicity Ch.; German, Girl's League, Natur- 
alist Clbs.; NHS; Big Sister; Honor Stud. Prog.; NEDT 
Cert.; Commence. Usher; Counselor Asst. 



• KAREN DENISE STATON — Choral Clb.; Footlights Clb.; 
Student Coun.; Christ. Play; Gym Asst.; Lafayette High 
School. 

CARL STEWARD 

JOHN DEE STEWARD — Sr. Class Treas.; Sr, Coun.; Jr. 
Vaudeville; A Cappella; Music Men; Chess, Hi Pi, Hu- 
man Rel. Clbs.; Student Coun.; Big Brother; School Musical- 
Annual Ag.; Stage crew; Teen Guide Coun.; Exploratory 
Teaching. 

EVELYN DELORSE STEWART — Coral Club; FBLA, Human Rel. 
Clbs.; Shorthand, Typing Award; Libr., Business, Typing 
Assts.; Annual, Christ. Echo Ags. 



• GREGORY JONATHAN STRAND — Sr. Coun.; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Fresh., Res., Vars. Football; A Cappella; Music Men; 
Tennis; Key, Lettermen's, Naturalist Clbs.; NHS; Student 
Coun.; Honor Stud, Prog.; All City Football Teams; School 
Musical; Music Asst.; Stage crew. 

THOMAS TURNER STREETER — Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; Jr. 
Vaudeville Act Ch.; Fr.-Soph. Great Bks., International 
Exchange, Key (pres.). Naturalist Clbs.; NHS; Echo (pho- 
tog,); Big Brother; Honor Stud. Prog.; Echo staff; Biology 
Asst.; Annual, Christ. Echo Ags.; High School Science 
Seminar; Park-Tudor Seminar (Alt.). 

JANET L. SUMNER — Jr. Vaudeville; International Exchange, 
FTA Clbs.; Big Sister; Honor Stud. Prog.; NEDT Cert.; Com- 
mence. Usher; Counselor Asst.; Annual, Christ. Echo Ags. 
CURTIS L, TANDY 



• MICHAEL A. TAYLOR — Vars. Cross Country; Res., Vars. 
Track; German, Lettermen's Clbs.; NEDT Cert.; Rifle team. 
KRISTIN ANNE TETER — Sr. Class Sec.; Sr. Coun.; Jr. Policy; 
Jr. Vaudeville; Jr. Vaudeville Act Ch.; A Cappella; Girl's 
Ensemble; Tennis; Girl's League, Human Rel., Naturalist, 
Spanish Clbs.; NHS; Student Coun.; Big Sister; Honor Stud. 
Prog.; Girls' State Rep.; School Musical; Commence. Usher; 
Homecoming Princess; Prom Queen Cand. 
DAVID LEE THOMAS — Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Chess, 
Footlights, German, Human Rel., Red Cross, SEPAC, Thes- 
pians Clbs.; Student Coun.; Big Brother; School Musical- 
All School, Christ. Plays; Attendance Asst.; Fine Arts Ag. 
JANIS E. TOMPKINS 




116 



1 



Principal Announces Senior Honor List 



1. Ann Elizabeth Russell 7.951 

2. John Wendell Rowings 7.853 

3. Leslie Charles Yeager 7.753 

4. Karen Elizabeth AAcClain 7.750 

5. Lorna Eileen Douglas 7.740 

6. Jeanette Lucille Gerzon 7.726 

7. Margie Ann Sanderson 7.710 

8. Kerry Lou Kirch 7.648 

9. Thomas Covert Nolan 7.645 

10. Janice Dee Hoxie 7.642 

1 1 . Alan Bruce Patterson 7.623 

12. Michael Reginald Goler 7.584 

13. Glenn Wick McDonald 7.556 

14. Charles Kevin Kelso 7.544 

15. Bruce Mathew Jordan 7.541 

16. Stephanie Lynne Heard 7.540 

17. Bruce Carson Wright 7.525 

18. John Dale Shaw 7.524 

19. Harriet Ann Sharlow 7.428 

20. Gregory Todd Dietz 7.400 

21. Carol Ann Pike 7.371 

22. Robert L. Jones III 7.233 

23. Gregory Hinkle 7.228 



24. Edwin Wilson Brown III 7.200 

25. Susan Margaret Robinson 7.194 

26. Janet Louise Sumner 7.164 

27. Lisa Ann Brady 7.154 

28. Elizabeth Bowling Ulen 7.104 

29. David William Niss 7.050 

29. Marjory Anne Craft 7.050 

31 . Ann Celeste Starrett 7.041 

32. Lorraine Vonetta Woodard 6.972 

33. Carol Henderson 6.928 

34. Joyce Marie Houghton 6.906 

35. John Calvin Hudelson 6.853 

36. Susan Jean Rice 6.794 

37. Gregory Jonathan Strand 6.763 

38. Cheryl Lee Zike 6.757 

39. Ellis Theodric Woolridge 6.725 

40. Deborah Kaye Shaw 6.658 

41. Maurice John Wolfred 6.638 

42. Cheryl Diane Walker 6.600 

43. Karen Louise O'Brien 6.589 

44. June Denise Oldham 6.587 

45. Timothy McDowell 6.583 

46. Daniel Frank Shullenberger 6.578 




• CHERYL ELIZABETH THOMPSON — Jr. Vaudeville; A 
Cappella; Choral Club; Footlights, Girl's League Inter- 
national Exchange Clbs.; Big Sister; Honor Stud. Prog.; 
Biology Award; Commence. Usher; Exercise in Knowledge 
Asst. 

GARY ROYCE THOMPSON — Sr. Coun,; Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Annual (Index Editor); Jr. Class Pres.; Fresh., 
Vars. Wrestling; Chess, Spanish Clubs.; NHS; Student 
Coun.; Big Brother; Honor Stud. Prog.; NEDT Cert.; Natl 
Merit Commended; Annual staff; Echo staff. 
JANICE THOMPSON — Girl's League, Red Cross, Y-Teens 
Clubs.; Commence. Usher; Libr. Asst.; Christ. Echo Ag.; 
Tech. High School. 
JOHN A. TRIMBLE 



Vaudeville; Girl's 
Student 



• LISA MARIE TURNER 

CHERYL DENISE TWYMAN — Jr. 

Human Rel., Red Cross, Y-Teens Clbs.; 

Big Sister; Honor Stud. Prog.; Commence 

Office, Attendance, Asst.; Annual Ag. 

ELIZABETH BOWLING ULEN — Sr. Coun.; Jr. Prom 

Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; Jr. Class VV Chairman; 

Club; Girl's Ensemble; Madrigal; Folk Singing, 

League (pres.), Jr.-Sr. Great Bks., Human Rel., 

national Exchange, Naturalist, True Blue Clbs.; 

Student Coun. (v-pres.); Big Sister; Honor Stud. 

NEDT Cert.; School Musical; Commence. Usher; 

Echo staff; Echo staff; SOUL Week Steering Com.; 

Sampling (Co-ch.); Humanities Dept. 

CHRISTOPH VON STIEGLITZ 



League, 

Coun.; 

Usher; Business 



Com.; 

Choral 

Girl's 

Inter- 

NHS; 

Prog.; 
Christ. 
Career 



• ANITA PAULINE WADE— Jan. Grad.; Sr. Coun.; Jr. 
Prom Ch.; Jr. Vaudeville; Band; Orchestra; Footlights, Red 
Cross, Y-Teens Clubs.; Big Sister; Band Asst.; Homecom- 
ing Queen cand.; Prom Queen cand.; Christ Echo, Fine Arts, 
Red Cross, Ags. 

EVERETT DARRYL WADE — Fresh. Basketball; Res., Vars. 
Tennis; Bowling; Band. 

CHERYL DIANE WALKER — Footlights, Girl's League, Y- 
Teens Clubs.; Big Sister; Honor Stud. Prog.; NEDT Cert.; 
Chris. Play; Make-up crew. 

JANA LOU WALKER — Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Choral 
Club; Footlights, Girl's League, Human Rel., Naturalist, 
Club.; Student Coun.; Big Sister; Honor Stud. Prog.; 
Fresh., Res., Vars. Cheerleader (co-captain); All School 
Play; Gym Asst.; Jamboree Queen; Stage crew. 



117 



Camera-shy Seniors 



BRENDA JO CRAWFORD 
BETTY LOUISE ELLIOT 
KEVIN FITZPATRICK 
DAVID CHARLES FOXLOW 
EDMOND PAUL GAINES 
KENNETH GLENN 



MICHAEL FLOYD GRANGER 
GARY LEE HARDING 
GREGORY HINKLE 
SHELIA JETER 
RAYMOND JOHNSON 
TOMMIE JOHNSON 



ERIC JONES 
CLAUDETTE LEWIS 
LINDA LOGSDON 
ALLEN EDWARD MARSH 
MICHAEL McCARTY 
BRUCE ROBIN McCRAE 



CAROL ANN McKEE 
SAMUEL M. OATES 
MICHAEL ALLEN 
RIGENBERGER 
STEVEN JAMESON SCHMIDT 



CRAIG E. SWATHER 
DAVID WHEELER TOUMEY 
STANFORD GAINES 

WILLIAMS 
JIM SHELER WOLPERT 



• THOMAS IRVIN WASHINGTON — Intramural Bowling; 
Fresh., Res., Vars. Track; Res., Wrestling; Spanish Clb.; 
Christ. Echo Ag. 

JOYCE ANN WEDDLE — Choral Club; Campus Bk., Foot- 
lights, FTA, Girl's League, Clbs.; Student Coun. Clbs; Big 
Sister; Honor Stud. Prog.; Counselor, Dean Asst.; Fine Arts 
Ag. 

PAULA WEST 
LARRY ALAN WHITE 



• RODNEY WHITE — Intramural Bowling; Fresh., Red., 

Vars. Football; Res., Vars. Track; Chess, AFS Clbs.; Lt. 1st. 

class ROTC. 

ELIZABETH S. WHITEHEAD 

CHERI ANNETTE WIGGINS 

ANGELA DENISE WILLIAMS — Student Coun.; True Blue Clb.; 

Big Sister; Attendance Asst.; Annual, Red Cross Ag. 



• BOBBIE S. WILLIAMS — Jan. Grad.; FTA Clb.; Student 
Coun.; Big Sister; Medical Explorers; Jr. Achievement. 
DWIGHT S. WILLIAMS — Football; Chess, Radio Clbs.; Big 
Brother; Hist. Asst. 
IRA WILLIAMS 

QUENSETTA DELORES WILLIAMS — S. Coun.; Jr. Vaudeville; 
Footlights, Girl's League (treas.). Hi Pi (sec). Human Rel., 
Le Cercle Francois, Math, Spanish Clbs.; Student Coun.; 
Big Sister; Make-up com.; Homecoming Princess Cand.; 
Fine Arts, Red Cross Ags. 



• STEVEN DEAN WILLIAMS — Jr. Vaudeville; Fresh., 

Vars. Baseball; Cross Country; Fiction, German, Human 

Rel., Letterman's, Naturalist, Order of the Straightedge 

Clbs.; Student Coun.; Big Brother; NEDT Cert.; Eng. Asst.; 

Annual, Christ, Echo Ags.; Christ. Echo staff. 

DONOVAN EUGENE WILLIAMSON 

WAYNE WIMSATT 

MARSHA ANN WINEGLASS — Girl's 

Blue, Y-Teens Clbs.; Natl Merit 

Attendance Asst. 



League, Spanish, 
Semifin.; Echo 



True 
staff; 



Student Coun.; Nat'l 



Vaudeville; Band; 
Sister; Honor Stud. 

Vaudeville; Fresh 



• GEORGE LIVINGSTON WITT — Jr. Vaudeville; Intra- 
mural Bowling; Fresh., Res., Vars. Football; Fresh., Res., 
Vars. Wrestling; Lettermen's Clb.; 
Merit Commended; Christ. Echo Ag. 
MAURICE JOHN WOLFRED 
LORRAINE VONETTA WOODARD — Jr. 
Orchestra; SPQR, True Blue Clbs.; Big 
Prog.; School Musical. 
FORREST HOWARD WOOLEY JR. — Jr. 
Cross Country; Fresh. Track; Fresh. Wrestling; A Cappello; 
Music Men; Campus Bk., Footlights, Human Rel., Letter- 
men's, Red Cross Clbs.; Student Coun.; Big Brother; School 
Musical; Christ. Ploy; Echo staff; Counselor, Gym, Art 
Asst.; Annual, Christ. Echo, Red Cross Ags.; Prom King 
cand. 



• ELLIS T. WOOLRIDGE 
BRUCE CARON WRIGHT 

LESLIE YEAGER — A Cappella; Madrigal; Hi Pi, Math, Mu 
Alpha Theto, Photography, Quill and Scroll Clbs.; NHS; 
Big Brother; Honor Stud. Prog.; NEDT Cert.; School Musical; 
Echo staff; Chem. Asst. 

CHERYL LEE ZIKE — NHS; Libr., Business Office Asst.; An- 
nual Ag. 



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In Memory Of Dan Wallace 




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1952-1970 



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Junior Class 
Sparks SHS 



The Junior year was a busy year 
for the Class of '72. The year started 
off with the election of class officers 
by Junior Class card holders. Later, 
in the Autumn, the class elected the 
Junior Policy. 

A big decision, made by the ad- 
ministration, was the combining of 
the two class proms into one Junior- 
Senior Prom. Many students spent af- 
ternoons and weekends preparing for 
the joint prom. 

Juniors began thinking about col- 
lege and talked to college represent- 
atives who visited the school. Many 
of the Juniors took the PSAT test and 
went on to take the SAT test. 

Students interested in business and 
economics joined Junior Achievement. 
This organization gave its members 
an opportunity to gain understanding 
of the business world. 

In all, the Junior Class prepared 
itself to become successful seniors. 



Jr. Officers: Dave Skole (pres.), Kittie Smith 
(v. pres.), Lula Barnette (v.v. ch.), Allison Rook- 
er (prog, ed.), Sharon Hoog (v.v. pub.), Roz 
Dunham (sec), Michael French (treas.). 



Jr. Poky: Front Rovi/ — Roz Dunham, Dave Skole, 
Kittie Smith, Michael French, Sharon Hoog, Alli- 
son Rooker. Second Row — Greg Jones, Tom 
McDowell, Jim Jelliffe, Karia Saperstein, Patty 
Hummons, Vicki Benberry, Terry Willis. Third 
Row — Dan Smith, Rob Dawson, Betty Jo Rawls, 
Barbara Malone, Mr. Ventresca (sponsor). Fourth 
Row — Richard Toumey, Anthony Kennedy, Dale 
Dupree, Tom Marks, Clinton Carbon, Ram Gal- 
lee, Diane Jackson. Back Row — Mike Harding, 
Ronald Powell, Virginia Booth, Cheryl Pryor, 
Walter Peacock, Kaye Strong, Vernyee Brown, 
Diane Jackson. 




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Susie Allen, Zettie Allen, Chris 
Andrews, Rowena Archibald, 
Sharon Archie, Penny Armis- 
tead, Diana Arnold, Richard 
Arthur, Malvo Averitte. 



Kim Baker, Rita Bargus, Da- 
vid Barnett, Lula Barnett, Peg- 
gy Barnett, Deborah Battle, 
Geralynn Bellamy, Sharon Bel- 
lamy, Victoria Benberry. 



Stanley Bibbs, William Bills, 
Karen Bishop, Tanya Bledsoe, 
Virginia Booth, Elizabeth 
Bourke, Catherine Bowes, War- 
ren Boyd, Kevin Bradley. 



Clarence Brooks, Michelle 
Brown, Vernyee Brown, Mary 
Bruce, Cathy Bryant, Charisse 
Burch, Tony Burkette, Cassan- 
dra Burks, Wanda Burks. 



David Burnett, Beth Burris, Zoe 
Burris, Rosalynne Busby, Wal- 
ter Cain, Bruce Campbell, Clin- 
ton Carbon, Tony Cazares, 
Carol Childs. 



Terry Christie, Ton! Clark, Judy 
Coleman, Eric Conn, Gary 
Costley, Mike Covington, Keith 
Crain, Terry Cunningham, 
Yvonne Curtis. 



Patricia Dabney, Diana Daven- 
port, Rob Dawson, James Dem- 
mings, Ervin Denkins, Kim Die- 
kens, Debrc Dodson, Laura 
Dobson, David Duncan. 



Denise Duncan, Roz Dunham, 
Dale Dupree, Elizabeth Dut- 
ton, Vanessa Ealy, Mark Eble, 
Mary Eib, Mike Elam, Stephen 
Ellis. 



Jimmie Ellison, Thomas Emer- 
son, Janis Eshowsky, Debra 
Evans, Don Fasig, Barbara 
Fields, Garry Finkton, David 
Fiscus, Elizabeth Flannery. 



Venita Flippin, Derrick Ford, 
Mary Foster, Michael French, 
Gabra Gachaw, Dallas Gaines, 
James Gibson, Randy Gilliand, 
Karen Glickert. 



Linda Grady, Loutricia Graves, 
Graham Graves, Tom Griffin, 
Jim Gross, Carmelita Hans- 
brough, Carol Hansen, Mike 
Harding, Bernita Hawkins. 



Maurice Harris, Tom Harris, 
Vickie Harris, Chris H'-wkins, 
Judy Hawkins, Karia Hawkins, 
Chester Hayes, Audrey Heard, 
Marsha Hearn. 



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Jane Henderson, Howard Hen- 
ry, Barbara Hill, Sharon Hill, 
Diana Hinesley, Christie Hinton, 
Michael Hirtzel, Timothy Hol- 
comb, Sharon Hoog. 



Mark Horwitz, Lynn Hosmer, 
Dwight Howard, Tina Howard, 
Peggy Hudson, Caroline 
Hughes, Patty Hummons, Vicki 
Hunter, Herbert Hurt. 



Margaret Hurrle, Charles Hux- 
hold, Stella Ingram, Diane 
Jackson, Lynette Jarrette, Jim 
Jelliffe, Avis Johnson, Diane 
Johnson, Don Johnson. 



Donna Johnson, Gloria John- 
son, Julie Johnson, Lynne 
Johnston, Beverly Jones, Gail 
Jones, Gregory Jones, Juan 
Jones, Luisa Jones. 

Mauriceline Jones, Yvonne 
Jones, Charles Jordan, Randall 
Kelso, Doris Kendrick, Anthony 
Kennedy, Jacqueline Kennedy, 
Janese Kennedy, Toryn Ken- 
nedy. 



Larry King, Kathy Klebe, Ter- 
icko Knight, Kathy Kosof, Pam- 
ela Kuhn, Fritz Kunz, Paul 
Lacey, Marsha Lane, Patsy Lar- 
kin. 



Linda Lavin, Kris Lawson, Mar- 
ilyn Ledford, George Lee, Shar- 
on Levels, Kevin Lillard, Eliza- 
beth Litel, Richard Littrell, Gor- 
nell Love. 



Janice Lumpkin, Ram Mackey, 
Paul Mackell, Katie Mahern, 
Pheldon Majors, Barb Molone, 
Eric Malone, Tom Marks, Ezell 
Marrs. 



Carol Martin, Pam Martin, Car- 
ol Mason, Rita May, Cathy Mc- 
Andrews, Rob McClure, Virgil 
McClendon, Shari McCray, 
Mark McDonald. 



Thomas McDowell, Jack Mc- 
Kenzie, Norman McKenzie, 
Chung Meng, Jeannie Merri- 
weather, Sharon Merriweother, 
Robert Meyers, Bob Michels, 
Larry Mitcham. 



Mary Montgomery, James Mor- 
gan, Daryl Morris, Stephanie 
Mosley, Beth Mullin, Denise 
Murrell, Cynthia Nance, Otis 
Nonce, Mitchell Ney. 



Mary Nolan, Renita O'Bannon, 
Kenneth Oliver, Barbara Over- 
ton, Karia Owens, Garland 
Ponnell, Deborah Parker, Terri 
Parker, Yvonne Patterson. 




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122 



cers Labor For Class Of 1972 




Mike Harding shows interest in his class by plac- 
ing his vote for Junior Class Officers. Presiding 
over the election is Gary Thompson. 



Roz Dunham, recording secretary hands vice- 
president Kitty Smith notes from the last meet- 
'ng, as Dave Skole works on the class list. 



Richard Payne, Phyllis Peach- 
er, Brendo Peacock, Walter 
Peacock, John Pierson, Joseph 
Poore, Roy Potter, Ronald Pow- 
ell, Richard Prim. 



Cheryl Pryor, Sandra Radford, 
Brian Radcliffe, Gregory Rand, 
John Randolph, Derrick Ran- 
som, Bettye Rawls, Joseph Ray, 
Angelic Reid. 



Teresa Rhodes, Irene Richard- 
son, Sharon Riley, Kevin Ri- 
velli, Elizabeth Robb, Edward 
Robinson, James Robinson, Mil- 
dred Robinson, Alexis Roges- 
ter. 



Trine Rolstad, Alison Rooker, 
David Rose, Steven Rose, Bruce 
Rowan, Pamela Sallee, Debra 
Sams, Jetta Sanders, Teresa 
Sonford. 



Korla Saperstein, Pamela Sat- 
terfield, Pat Satterfield, Linda 
Schneider, Julius Scott, Cyn- 
thia Scruggs, Ross Selmanoff, 
Henry Shanklin, Levert Sharpe. 



Liz Sherlock, Anita Singleton, 
Marlene Siskind, David Skole, 
Jerry Smart, Daniel Smith, Eu- 
gene Smith, Gary Smith, Jac- 
queline Smith. 



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Jeremy Smith, Kittle Smith, 
Rodney Smith, Rene Spells, 
Gwendolyn Sprodley, Cynthia 
Stantly, Judith Storks, Marvin 
St. Clair, Sharon Steoven. 



Cynthia Stiles, Paul Stimer, 
Lois Strotton, Kay Strong, Fred- 
die Sullivan, Alvin Tandy, Den- 
nis Taylor, Michele Teogue, 
David Tevebaugh. 



Portia Thorpe, Vicki Thomas, 
Richard Thompson, Doreen 
Tope, Stephen Tourney, Nyla 
Turner, Peggy Turnley, Dorine 
Twyman, Jeff Tyler. 



Jonathan Usher, Brian Vantres- 
ca, Enoch Vinnegar, Chris Von 
Stieglitz, James Wales, Edv\/in 
Walker, Terry Walsh, Jane 
Warders, Valerie Warner. 



Carolyn Waters, Sharon Wat- 
kins, Lisa Weaver, Amy Wells, 
Duane West, James White, Oli- 
ver Wickliffe, Stephen Wilburn, 
Charles Wiley. 



Ron Wilkins, Geraldine Wil- 
iams, Melba Williams, Dar- 
lene Willis, Terry Willis, Ange- 
lis Wilson, Charles C. Wilson, 
Cynora Wilson, Mary C. Wil- 
son. 



Riley Wilson, Phyllis Witt, Jo- 
seph Woodruff, Carl Woods, 
George Wright, Merris Young, 
Michael Young, Lois Ann Zim- 
merman. 




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Act Chairmen Avis Johnson, Virginia Booth and 
Valerie Warner give a synopsis of their Jr. 
Vaudeville Act entitled "What's It All About?". 




124 




Class Of '73 
Progresses 



Along with the experience of a 
high school year, the Sophomore 
class received the pleasure of having 
seniority over the Freshmen. 

However, along with the title of 
Sophomore, there came a responsi- 
bility. After a year of fun and frolic, 
sophomores realized the importance 
of school and took pride in it. 

Biology and geometry were some 
of the courses in which most of the 
sophomores were enrolled. The ex- 
citement of dissecting grasshoppers 
and fetal pigs, and the fun of me- 
morizing theorems and postulates, 
was all included in the every day life 
of the sophomores. The past year was 
a challenge for the class of '73. 



Striving to improve their acting abilities, Rhon- 
da Hale and Sharon Elston work hard in dra- 
matics class, carrying on a dramatic dialogue. 



Jennifer Adams, Luke Akard, 
Vicki Anderson, Tracy Atwood, 
David Bacon, Howard Baetz- 
hold, Phyllis Baker, Vanita 
Banks, Connie Barber. 



Nelvia Barnett, Orelius Barnett, 
Liz Barrow, Freda Batts, Pam- 
ela Bebley, Tom Beck, Nancy 
Bell, Elvia Bentley, Adrienne 
Blakemore. 



Toni Blakemore, Derek Bland, 
Patricia Blunt, Brian Boaz, Col- 
leen Bolden, Deborah Bondu- 
rant, Terry Boone, Richard Bot- 
toms, Stephanie Bouquett, 



Margaret Bowes, Sarah Brad- 
shaw, Betsy Branson, Ronald 
Breland, Terrence Bridgewater, 
Vicki Broadus, John Brown, Pa- 
tricia Brown, Roscoe Brown. 



Ruth Brown, Sonia Bruyn, Mi- 
chael Bryant, Shelly Buchanan, 
Angela Bunch, Cordryon Burch, 
Herman Burdette, Anthony 
Burke, Connie Burris. 



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Wayne Burris, Bonita Busby, 
Vicki Buschman, Sandra Cam- 
eron, Amy Campbell, Cathy 
Campbell, Riley Carr, Tanya 
Carson, Haywood Carter. 



Keith Carter, Patricio Carter, 
Melanie Caudill, Carmen Ca- 
zares, Kerry Cheatum, Tim 
Clark, Al Cobb, Terrie Cobb, 
Corine Coleman. 



Gregory Collins, Kevin Combs, 
Mary Conley, Diane Conway, 
Frederick Corbin, Pat Corcoran, 
Claudia Crawford, John Craw- 
ford, Anthony Croyton. 



Nancy Creedon, Derek Crider, 
Paula Curry, Montaray Darby, 
Theresa Davenport, Debra Da- 
vis, Edward Davis, Kathleen 
Davis, Rock Davis. 



Helen Deo, Richard Demmings, 
Dorothy Denkins, Kathy Dodd, 
Chester Dorsey, Donna Dowl- 
ing, Emma Dozier, Debbie 
Duckworth, Debra Duke. 



Jacqueline Early, Liz Edwards, 
Sharon Elston, Siegfried Eng- 
ler, John Erickson, Clorieta Eu- 
banks, Valerie Eubanks, Mar- 
shall Fields, Bill Fine. 



Alonez, Finn, Bill Foley, Curtis 
Foster, Michelle Franklin, Le- 
nora Freeman, Deborah French, 
Amy Friedman, Mike Gant, Em- 
ily Gardner. 



Evelyn Goring, Sarah Gar- 
many, Charles Garrett, Oscar 
Ghoston, James Gibbs, Mark 
Gibson, Martha Gibson, Tracy 
Gillilond, Sharon Golder. 



Sandra Grady, Kenneth Gray, 
Bradford Grissom, Renee Gunn, 
Deborah Hagan, Rhonda Hale, 
Michelle Hall, Carmen Hom- 
ier, Charles Hamm. 



Diane Hardin, Rose Harger, 
Deborah Harper, Sadye Harris, 
James Harry, Tom Hart, Steve 
Hatchek, Reccia Hatchett, Judy 
Hawkins. 



Alfred Hill, Karen Hill, Ira Ho- 
gan, Ruth Hogon, Geri Hollis, 
Deborah Hopkins, Dwayne Hop- 
kins, Dwight Hopkins, James 
Howard. 



Velma Howard, Randall 
Hughes, D e n i s e Hughley, 
Charles Humble, Patty Hurrle, 
Mary Ingram, Orvella Isaac, 
Debra Jackson, Joy Jarrett. 



126 




Sophs Look Ahead In Vocational Themes 




This past year, English Ill's spent 
many hours in preparation for their 
vocational themes. Port of this pre- 
perotion involved taking Kuder Tests 
to determine the students vocational 
abilities. Other hours were spent in 
learning the technique of writing re- 
search papers. 

The Charity Dye Library became 
their center of reference materials and 
many hours were spent there in the 
search for information. 

After the first drafts were complet- 
ed and checked, the final epics were 
prepared. Teachers were confronted 
with themes on occupations such as 
medicine, law, data compution. 

With papers in, frustration ended. 



Rosemary Harger takes time out from geome- 
try to smile at the camera. This special math 
class covers five years of math in four years. 



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Kevin Johnson, Cathy Jones, 
Phillip Jones, Ronald Jones, 
Reggie Jordan, Mike Jordan, 
Carter Kendrick, Pomelo Kim- 
mons, Clete Ladd. 



Joyce Larry, William Lash, Nina 
Laurenzana, Sue Lawrence, 
Robert Lewis, Shelio Lewis, 
Tim Lewis, Tanya Lisenbee, 
Gree Lorraine. 



Marie Love, Phil Lowry, Miles 
Lloyd, Dean Lozow, Pot Lucas, 
Keith Lyerson, Shelia Majors, 
Johnny Manson, Cheryl Man- 
uel. 



Gina Marci, Mick Marley, Eu- 
gene Marshall, Lucinda Mar- 
shall, David Martin, Sharon 
Martin, Lotonya Massie, Robin 
Maxey, Bernadette Maxwell. 



Frank Maxwell, Mike McAn- 
drews, Karen McCauley, Kathy 
McClure, Junetta McCormick, 
Vernette McCrackin, Queen 
McDougal, Lynda Mclntyre, 
Sue McKee. 

Glennis McKenzie, Michelle 
McLucos, Melvin McNairy, Chris 
McShane, Henrietta Means, 
Debbie Merriman, Cindy Mil- 
ler, Dominique Miller, Lewis 
Miller. 



127 



James Milton, Alexis Mirsky, 
Sheree Mitchell, Terry Mitchell, 
Alan Mitter, Cynthia Moore, 
David Moore, Carol Morgan, 
David Morokoff. 



Carol Morris, Leslie Morris, 
Anita Morse, Patricia Mosley, 
David Moss, Ruth Motley, Eric 
Mullin, James Murray, Steve 
Myres. 



Jan Nicholas, John Niem, Earl 
Nowland, Keith Nye, Kris Ny- 
gaard, Constance Oakly, Ma- 
rie O'Connor, Carolyn Officer, 
Angle Orton. 



Kentor Owen, Fred Ov\/ens, Ed- 
ward Pace, Ivy Patterson, 
James Payton, Thelma Peeler, 
Judy Perdue, Debra Pipkins, 
Danitra Porter. 



Jeff Ragar, Steve Randal, Ma- 
rie Rapier, John Ray, Donald 
Reed, Marya Reed, Rodney 
Redman, Jerome Richardson, 
Mary Ringle. 



Jacquline Roddy, Michelle Ro- 
gers, Anthony Rose, Paul Ross, 
Diana Roth, Wonita Rowley, 
Curtis Rumer, Titus Rush, Ed- 
ward Rushin. 



David Russell, David Ryder, 
Shelia Ryles, Vickki Sallee, 
Lenieo Sanders, Wayne San- 
ders, Marva Sotterfield, Ken- 
neth Scott, Liz Sherlock. 



Jill Sloymaker, Pamela Smart, 
Charles Smith, Helem Smith, 
Chris Solterman, Patricia Spear- 
man, Deirdre Spencer, Connie 
Spradley, Ronnie Springer. 



Patty Storks, Warren Staton, 
Sandra Steaven, Patricia Stew- 
ard, Shirley Stewart, Shirley 
Stigler, Daryl Stout, Herbert 
Stratton, Celeste Strickland. 



Valerie Strong, John Swanigon, 
Debra Sweatt, Tom Sweeney, 
Cheryl Symonette, Jerolyn Tate, 
Rita Tess, Anthony Thomas 
Melva Thomas. 



Douglas Thompson, Tammie 
Thompson, Betty Townsend, 
Marlene Trice, Sabrina Tucker, 
James Twitty, Theo Tyler, Rod 
Usher, Reic Vaughn. 



Brenda Wade, Robert Wade, 
Bonnie Walker, Sonia Walker, 
Robin Wallace, Cathy Walsh, 
Harold Ward, Joyse Warsaw, 
Rhoda Washington. 




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Mike Watson, Bonita Webster, 
Deb Weathington, Charlene 
Weeks, Carl Weinhardt, Debra 
Werthington, Mike White, Den- 
ise Whitfield, Oliver Wickliffe. 



Cindy Wiggins, Cedric Wilcher, 
Alan Wiles, Randolph Wilford, 
Betty Jo Williams, Charles 
Williams, Don Williams, Frank 
Williams, Sherman Williams. 




Progressing slowly down the track, members of the Sophomore class display their homecoming float, ''t/ .pEAiJjy 
"Rest in Peace" or "R.I. P. Wood" during the 1970 Homecoming festivities. — - , ' 



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Active Frosh 
Face Future 



Adjusting to the present and pre- 
paring for the future was the big task 
of this year's Freshmen Class. Guided 
by many helpful underclassmen, 
Frosh joined clubs and organizations 
which helped them to fit into SHS. 

A weiner roast in Holliday Park 
and a Christmas party and dance 
were also some of the things by 
which Freshmen proved they were 
active partners in the school. 



Gathered on the cafeteria floor to dance, mem- 
bers of the 1971 Frosh Class enjoy the Girl's 
League sponsored Christmas Party. 



The Class of '73 experiences fun and frolic 
while stuffing themselves during the Christmas 
party given them as a welcome. 




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John Adams, Ruth Alexander, 
Anthony Allen, Beverly Allen, 
Debro Allen, Linda Allen, Re- 
ginald Allen, Sheena Allen, 
Dee Anderson. 



Derek Anderson, Karen Ander- 
son, Robert Anderson, Sabrina 
Anderson, Curtis Andrews, 
Joyce Andrews, Ronald Atkins, 
Geneva Bailey, Jimmie Bailey. 



Raymond Baker, Sara Ballard, 
Toni Bollinger, Avis Banks, 
Calvin Banks, Eva Banks, Wal- 
ker Banks, Kim Barnes, Randy 
Barrett. 



William Bartlett, Micahel Bass, 
Juan Battle, Dartez Baxter, 
Marilyn Baynes, Debra Belk, 
Gary Bell, Jacqueline Bell, 
Becky Bennett. 



Gregory Bennett, Spiro Bere- 
veshos, Debra Berry, Darlene 
Berryhill, Dave Bickett, Anna 
Bies, Charles Bigbee, Sam 
Blandina, Kent Bledsoe. 



Evon Board, Allison Bond, 
Renee Bonds, Benjamin Boone, 
Gwendolen Bounds, Antonetta 
Boyd, John Boyd, Kevin Brad- 
ley, Mark Brantlinger. 



Lynn Bray, Daniel Bridgewater, 
William Bridewell, Debra 
Broach, Jaunice Broach, Alber- 
ta Brown, Angela Brown, Bob 
Brown, Cleveland Brown. 



Dwayne Brown, Mark Brown, 
Marva Brown, Rowena Brown, 
Stephanie Browning, Frank 
Brownlow, Nancy Bruce, Tere- 
sa Bryan, Beverly Bryant. 



Charise Bullock, Michael Bul- 
lock, Mark Bundrant, Darrell 
Burks, Derrick Burks, Terry 
Burks, Daniel Burnett, Myron 
Burris, Jacqueline Butler. 



Vickie Buxton, William Byrd, 
Karl Cain, Michael Cain, Tora 
Caldwell, Dolly Campbell, Ros- 
alind Campbell, Damon Cano- 
dy, Cynthia Carney. 



Brender Carter, Mark Caudill, 
Ezekiel Cazares, Keith Cham- 
bers, Michael Christie, Charles 
Chrismon, Alexander Clark, 
Betty Clark, Marc Clark. 



Mark Clark, Marva Cobb, 
Clyde Coleman, Mich Coleman, 
Larry Coles, Charles Collins, 
Thomas Commons, Craig Con- 
ley, Vienna Conway. 



131 



Robert Cooper, David Corn- 
well, Mary Covington, Wayne 
Covi/herd, Thomas Craig, Her- 
bert Crav^'ford, Thomas Cros- 
by, Deborah Crosier, Kathy 
Crossland. 



Keith Crossland, Gregory 
Crowe, Cassandra Crowley, 
Gloria Culp, Loretta Curry, 
Ralph Davenport, Betty Jo Da- 
vis, Donald Davis, Janice Davis. 



Jerry Davis, Larry Davis, Mau- 
rice Davis, Patricia Davis, Sam- 
uel Davis, Patricio Day, Charles 
DeBow, Wanda Demmings, 
Chryl Depree. 



Joe DeVasher, Edith Dodd, By- 
ron Douglas, Darryl Douglas, 
Larry Dudley, Margo Duerson, 
Dan Duke, Iris Duncan, Joyce 
Duncan. 



Keith Dunlap, Raymond Dun- 
ville, Michael Durante, Bren- 
da Durham, Earl Kennedy, Ea- 
ron Eouin, Jeff Edmonds, Deb- 
orah Edwards, LaJuano Ed- 
wards. 



Sarah Edyvean, Kathryn Ei- 
land, Vonda Elam, Gregory El- 
der, Lois Eldridge, Wallace El- 
liott, Paula Epstein, John Erick- 
son, Cheri Etters. 



Oliver Eubanks, Brian Evans, 
Joy Evans, Wilmetta Evans, 
Marie Faster, Nad Fenderson, 
Steven Ferguson, Janet Fisher, 
Annie Fletcher. 



Mark Floyd, Mike Foley, Debo- 
rah Ford, Michelle Fraction, 
Kathy Franklin, Rodney Frank- 
lin, Teresa Franklin, Robert 
Frierson, James Gaines. 



Tina Garrett, David Gilmore, 
Karl Glickert, Joni Goens, Car- 
ol Colder, Cecil Golder, Milli- 
cent Goodson, Carol Grady, 
Chester Gray. 



Kevin Gray, Keith Gray, Ray- 
mond Gray, Sonja Gray, James 
Green, James L. Green, Vic- 
toria Green, Vincent Greene, 
Darryl Griffin. 



Carolyn Hall, Toni Hall, Eric 
Hammond, Gerald Hampton, 
Renee Hamsbrough, Barbara 
Hansen, Jesse Hardin, Harvey 
Hardnett, Greg Harris. 



Robert Harris, Sandy Harris, 
Shorron Hart, Dona Harvey, 
Scott Hotchel, Gerry Hatchett, 
Dorothy Hatfield, Mariecia 
Hawkins, Lendoe Hayes. 




132 




Teresa Hayes, Elizabeth Hen- 
derson, Sandra Henderson, Vi- 
vian Henry, John Hiatt, Chris- 
topher Hill, Patricia Hooglin, 
Rita Hogan, Barry Holcomb. 



Kathy Holder, Marcus Holder, 
Lathron Hollis, Julia Holloway, 
Lydio Holmes, Mary Holmes, 
John Hopkins, Rhonda Hopson, 
Guy Hornaday. 



Gregory Horwitz, Duane How- 
ard, Morris Howard, Dawn 
Hubbard, Deborah Hubbard, 
Charles Huddleston, Harvey 
Hudson, Cheyanne Hunter, Toni 
Hurrle. 



Alfred Hurt, Mark Irvin, Den- 
ise Jackson, Joan Jackson, Val- 
erie Jackson, Barbara James, 
John Jelliffe, Donna Jenkins, 
Eddie Jeter. 



Darlene Johnson, Dennis John- 
son, Dwight Johnson, Frances 
Johnson, Jerry Johnson, John 
Johnson, Johnnie Johnson, Leo 
Johnson, Lonnie Johnson. 



Russell Johnson, Sarion John- 
son, Stewart Johnson, Victoria 
Johnson, Will Johnson, Julia 
Johnston, Cecil Jones, Cheryl 
Jones, Cynthia Jones. 



Freshmen In Many Clubs And Activities 




Many of the Freshmen participated 
in the various clubs at Shortridge. A 
great number turned out to work on 
the "Echo," helping to bring out latent 
talent. 

Some of the Freshmen girls were 
active in the ROTC Girls Drill Team 
and in cheerleading. Boys took part 
in ROTC and many of the school 
sports, such as football, basketball 
and baseball. 

Freshmen also found themselves 
possessed with a voice in student 
government by electing Student Coun- 
cil Representatives from Freshmen 
English Classes. 

Many Frosh were involved in such 
school functions as electing Freshmen 
Homecoming Princesses. Freshmen 
with musical talent participated in B 
band. 

Frosh also helped by just adding 
support when needed. 

Many freshmen, such as Chris Schieder, made 
a place for themselves by joining varied school 
activities. Here Chris types up a story. 



133 



Frosh Class 



Largest Yet 



Freshman in the Frosh Class of '71 
were received in a different manner 
than other recent freshman classes. 
This was because it was the first 
comprehensive Freshman Class in 
several years and new adjustments 
had to be made. 

Freshmen were placed in English, 
World History, and other classes ac- 
cording to their ability. Many of the 
new group were not specifically gear- 
ed for future college work, but more 
fitted to a vocationally-oriented pro- 
gram. 

This was one of the largest fresh- 
man classes in the history of Short- 
ridge. Many "walk in" students add- 
ed to the size problem. As a result, 
the school administration found it 
necessary to change staff and equip- 
ment to meet problems created by 
the greater numbers of frosh. 



Help in adjusting to the environment of high 
school is provided in the form of tutoring ser- 
vice and a big-brother, big-sister program. 



Dennis Jones, Derrick Jones, 

James Jones, Jeffery Jones, 

Johnnie Jones, Lore Jones, 

Thomas Jones, WiMiom Jones, 
Jack Jordan. 



Danny Kelly, Karen Kelly, Lyn 
Kincade, Derrick King, Terri 
King, Franklin Kirchner, Mat 
Kramer, Lisa Kuhn, Renita 
Landerson. 



Grego Lauray, Clifford Lavi/- 
rence, Willie Lawrence, Mary 
Lawson, Derrick League, Shelia 
Ledford, Deborah Lee, Patricia 
Lee, Terry Lee. 



James Liddell, Rhonda Liggins, 
Glenda Lightfoot, Jane Linga- 
man, Valerie Lomax, Cleophus 
Loper, Robert Love, Sandra 
Lovelace, Karen Lozow. 



Angela Luddington, Lavi'rence 
Lunsford, Timothy Mackey, De- 
wyan Maddox, Henry Maddox, 
Douglas Makurat, Janet Ma- 
lone, Tony Malone, Denise 
Manson. 




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Shirley Mapp, Susie Mapp, 

Bradley Martin, Diane Martin, 

Giko Martin, Janet Martin, 

Joseph Martin, Shirley Martin, 
Theresa Martin. 



Lorrino Mason, Tonny Mason, 
Phillip Matthews, Yvonne Matt- 
hews, Deborah McCaskey, Ros- 
alyn McCaskey, Allen Mc- 
Clendon, George McCoy, Vikki 
McCoy. 

Tina McCullough, Brenda Mc- 
Gee, Joyce McKnight, Mary 
McLayea, Lawrence McRey- 
nolds, Nona Merrill, Dwight 
Merritt, Jerome Middleton, Ron- 
ald Milgate. 

Herschel Miller, Jeffery Miller, 
Kathy Miller, William Minor, 
Terr! Mockabee, Desralei 
Moore, Doris Moore, Elizabeth 
Moore, Jeffery Moore. 



Russell Moore, Jerome Moses, 
Pamela Mosley, Patricia Mos- 
ley, Katherine Moss, Leonard 
Moss, Carol Mullen, Washing- 
ton Nance, Michael Nemecek. 



Vickey Neville, Clayton Nicho- 
las, Cynthia Nichols, Beverly 
Noland, Percy Norman, Denise 
Northington, Lorry Odom, Ken- 
ya Oliver, Leon Ovelton. 



Carol Overton, Brenda Paige, 
Janna Parker, Valerie Parker, 
Mary Parrott, Gloria Payton, 
Yvonne Payton, Winifred Penn, 
Anthony Pepper. 



Sandra Perdue, Donna Perkins, 
Shirley Perkins, James Person, 
Dwaine Perry, Sharon Pervine, 
Russell Phelps, James Phillips, 
David Pierson. 



Chris Pike, Kathy Polk, Brenda 
Pope, Gregory Porter, Shoni 
Potter, Pamela Powe, Mary 
Powers, Carol Prik, Anne Put- 
ton. 



James Quails, Evan Ragor, 
Clyde Rainey, Deborah Rand, 
Denise Randolph, Jeanette Ran- 
dolph, James Rankin, Sherre 
Rawls, Karen Reeves. 



Daryl Rice, Sterling Rice, Matt 
Richardson, Brenda Robinson, 
David Rogers, Frederick Ro- 
gers, Kenneth Rogers, Russell 
Rourke, Todd Rumor. 



Glen Rush, Dennis Russell, 
Emanuel Sanders, J. D. San- 
ders, Jaki Sanders, Greta Sar- 
gent, Randall Sargent, Chris- 
topher Schneider, Catherine 
Schott. 




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"May I have this dance?" Freshmen decide to add to the festivities during the homecoming game 
with httle ball-room dancing around the field. Many spectators found their attention divided 
between the field and the sidelines. 




Berthena Scott, Charles Scott, 
Dovie Scott, Harold Scott, An- 
thony Seats, Anna Selmanoff, 
Michael Sexton, Lydia Shaw, 
Deborah Sheldon. 



Doris Sheppard, Tony Shirley, 
Tyrone Shirley, Janet Shively, 
Rudolph Shoffner, Gary Silvey, 
Anthony Simpson, Stephen 
Singleteary, Mark Skole. 



Barbara Slatter, Scott Slaymak- 
er. Gene Sloan, Chris Smeehuy- 
zen, Alice Smiley, Barry Smith, 
Delbert Smith, Hosea Smith, 
Kevin Smith. 



Latonya Smith, Latherio Smith, 
Mitchell Smith, Robert Smith, 
Ronald Smith, Tanya Smith, 
James Spualding, Joyce Spen- 
cer, Karia Spinks. 



Debra Spurling, Melvin Staf- 
ford, Brenda Stallion, Cynthia 
Starrett, Patricia Stigler, Leah 
Stiles, Michael St. Laurent, 
Steven Stocks, Debra Stokes. 



136 




Leia Stone, Eddie Stout, Leroy 
Stovall, Jesse Stover, Cora 
Stowers, Robert Stricklin, Ezell 
Sullivan, Birdia Surrett, Cly- 
donno Surrett. 



Jacqueline Sweatt, Lisa Tal- 
ley, Delbert Tandy, Keith Tate, 
Carlo Taylor, Kathy Taylor, An- 
ita Thonnas, Wilmo Thomas, 
Cynthia Thompkins. 



Anthony Thonnpson, E w I n g 
Thompson, Loretta Thompson, 
Willard Thompson, Ricard 
Tinker, Jonaathan Tourney, 
Junio Tov/nsend, Clifford Tur- 
entine, Bonnie Turner. 



Bradley Turner, Holly Turner, 
Patricia Turner, William Turn- 
ley, DeLois Twitty, Gerald Twy- 
man, Charles Udan, Kris Vau- 
bel, Sorelie Vaughn. 



Johns Victor, James Walker, 
Vernon Word, Sheryll Washing- 
ton, Marilyn Watkins, Thomas 
Watkins, Carol Watson, Elbert 
Watts, Carmon Weaver. 



Steven Webb, Patricia Webster, 
Betsy Wells, Mike Wells, Mi- 
chelle Wells, Suzanne Wells, 
Deborah White, Edwin White, 
Janet White. 



Jo Ann White, Robin White, 
Sylvia White, Myra Wiley, Bry- 
an Williams, Cheryl Williams, 
Cindy Williams, Eugene Wil- 
liams, Gerry Williams. 



Nathan Williams, Phyllis Wil- 
liams, Ricky Williams, Vicki 
Williams, Rose Wilson, Searon 
Wilson, Keith Wimberly, Mar- 
ionette Wineglass, Shelia Win- 
frey. 



Glenn Woods, Cynthia Wright, 
Maril Yarbro, Dickey Yarrell, 
Rachel Yarrito, Frederick Young, 
Michael Zinerman. 



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Buying and selling, 
trying to make a profit. 
Growing in awareness 
of the business world. 






Well Done '71 



You Were A Fine Class 



And, Thanks for the Mennories 

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Lieber 
Lieber Equipment Company 



Sr. Class President Matt Lieber, visits "Annual" staffers to give d 
word of praise. 




National School Studios 



Best Wishes 
Your Underclass Photographer 



5422 N. Keystone Ave. 



253-1884 



Jack's 




Tu Your Door Pizza 



4208 N. College Ave. 



253-3636 



Duone Hopkins and Steve Ellis share on over-the-counter pizza joke vi^ith 
Angle Dunn and Sue McKee. 



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Hottest Sounds In Town 



59 W. 38th St. 



Posters — Buttons — Earrings — Accessories 



$4.98 Albunns For $3.69 $5.98 Albums For $4.69 



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Atlas 
Supermarket 

720 E. 54 St. 
255-6800 



Thomas Streeter thinks of ATLAS as the fun place to shop — if you 
remember to get your shopping cart. 



Congratulations to the Class of 1971 



from 



Walsh Pharmacy 



38th and Meridian Street 



923-1553 




Compliments of . . . 

Florida Fish 
Market 

5561 N. Illinois 

253-1281 

Griceldo Ross discovers a "fishy" find. 



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Fogel's Men Shop 



38th and Illinois 



Mr. Fogel and his faithful companions keep up with the times 
because as Mr. Fogel explains, "Fahion is their business." 



King Enterprises 

Northeastside Oil Company 

Mapleton's Coin Laundry 

King's Variety Store 

1 38-140 East 38th Street 



Mr. King makes his business a family affair as he shows 
his daughter how to "check out." 



Ivy Record Shop 

Get the Latest and 
Greatest Hit Tunes 



at 



4201 North College Ave. 



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Standard Life 
of Indiana 



) 300 E Fall Creek Blvd. 

^ ^ ^ Indianapolis 



Mr. Bash of Standard Life explains to Ann Starrett, Karen O'Brien, 
and Bruce Jordan that insurance is serious business. The trio 
seems quite convinced. 



L. Strauss & Co. 



41 W Washington St 

634-1 561 
Glendale 255-6621 
Greenwood 881-671 6 



Checked slacks, vividly printed shirts, and wide belts are just a 
few of the many mod fashions that can be found at Strauss. Here, 
Mike Myres and Thorn Streeter (a fashionable duo) offer a hand 
to their new friend. 



144 




The Accent Shop 



Unique Items For Unique Shoppers 
68 Hillside Ave. 



Dunn, Speckman, Walker, O'Brien, Reiswerg, and Le Steourgen, seat 
themselves after taking in the awesome atmosphere. 



Happiness, Fulfillment, Peace 
Love, Success and Luck 

To The 

Glorious Class of 1971 




Marer Flower Shop 



1620 N. Meridian 
Phone: 923-3633 



Kati Mahern and Barb Hill admire the "flowery" surroundings at 
Morer's. 



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The finest in American and Oriental Cuisine 



Lantern Room 



3768 N. Meridian 



June Oldham 
Roy Aberson 
Andrew Ramsey 
Robert Houston 
Golden Boy 
Tom Schwein, Photog. 
C/Maj. Mike Morgan 
Jon D. Toumey 
Steve L. Toumey 
Rick S. Toumey 
Cheryl Bridgeforfh 
Mike Jordan 
Mike Watson 
Cornelius Chandler 
Suzanne Wells 
Jim Grace 
Mr. Boarman 
Tom Streeter 



Karen McKee, Barb Hill, June Oldham, and Lynn Hosmer enjoy a 
tongue tantalizing lunch at the Lantern Room. 



People For Peace 



Angie Dunn 
Toni Hurrle 
Karen McKee 
Barb Hill 
Sue McKee 
Mike Dabney 
Pot Dabney 
Lynn Hansen 
Judy Jessup 
Gary Thompson 
Harriet Sharlow 
Sharon Hoog 
Jim McKee 
Lynn Hosmer 
Nancy Bruce 
Sheldon Kontor 
John T. Dunn, III 
Mary Bruce 



Karen Glickert 
Bernadette Randle 
Libbie Henderson 
Forrest Wooley 
Sofocles Hoblitz 
Acam 

Carl Woods 
Stan Williams 
Lanora Freeman 
Thomas F. Beck 
Kozuko Knight 
Cindy Starrett 
Liz Barrow 
Ted Brown 
Tim McDowell 
Matt Lieber 
Mr. Behling 
Patty Hummons 



D. Lewis Skole 
Charlene Weeks 
"Stix" Mohern 
Mr. Fultz 
Mrs. Adams 
Mr. R. King 
Mr. J. Coleman 
Mr. Woodard 
Carol Grady 
Jay-Jay Dunn 
Mr. Groth 
Sherry Owsley 
Jeff Barbour 
Janet Sumner 
Jodi and Micki 
Jacki Carter 
Stephanie Banks 



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Bell's 



Prescription Center 



926-5463 



34 and Meridian 



Sue McKee looks to the Bell Prescription Center for all her phar- 
maceutical needs. 



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Styles by Otis 



Prize Winning Hairstylists 



The award-winning hairstylists point toward their trophies. 

Washinton Flower 
Shop 

30th and Washington Blvd. 




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Angie Dunn, Sue McKee, and Cathy McAndrews escape into the 
wonderful world of flowers. 



Drink 

Coca-Cola 

It's 
The 
Real 
Thing 




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Good Luck To The Class Of '71 

From ROTC Commandants, Officers, and Sponsors 



Commandant Sfc Ret Claud L. Shanks 
C/Lt Col Bn Co Reginald Mason 
C/Moj Bn Exu Michael Morgan 
C/2nd Lt S-1 Eric Malone 
C/Moj S-2 Stephen Johnson 
C/Maj S-3 Garland Pannell 
C/lst Lt S4 John Randolph 
C/Cpt Co H Cornelius Chandler 
C/Cpt Lt Co B Antonio Cazares 
C/2nd Lt Randy Gilliand 



C/2nd Lt Steve Griffin 
C/2nd Lt Chester Hayes 
C/2nd Lt Mark Hortwitz 
C/2nd Lt Ney Mitchell 
C/2nd Lt Frazier Tubbs 
C/lst Lt Merris Young 
C/2nd Lt Felix McDoniels 
C/lst Lt Rick Litrell 
C/2nd Lt Derrick Ford 
H/Lt Col Irish Lasher 



H/lst 
H/lst 
H/lst 
H/lst 
H/lst 
H/lst 
H/Cpt 
H/lst 
H/2nd 



Lt Gricelda Ross 
Lt Cynthia Stantley 
Lt Denise Murrell 
Lt Deborah Battle 
Lt Liz Flannery 
Lt Christie Hinton 

Patricia Hummons 
Lt Kazuko Knight 

Lt Virginia Booth 



"Us Am Smart" 

Geebee, Dr. Gorbo, Scoop, Golden Boy 
Shortridge Quiz Team 1970-71 



Manager— Mangy Luke 
Mascot— Honest John 



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Best Wishes To The Grads 



from 



Jr. Policy— Class of '72 



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LBoobiJ JKacwen 



Susan iBuscnman 



Photo Reflex Studio 



637-441 1 Ext. 435 



L.S. Ayres & Co. 



Jo£n Slewarcf 



C^nne^/e Jfanaaan 



Eighth Floor 



iTir^ce Ma/e 




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Selected counseling for selected customers 

Winner of 13 national yearbook awards 



Stokely-Van Camp 




1971 City Champion Shortridge Blue Devils were 
glad that Stokely Van Camp's Gatorade was on their 
team. Max Reiswerg, Bob Jones, Chester Dorsey, 



Dave Speckman, and Ben Singleteary get a quick 
energy boost before their next Basketball game. 



151 



Index 



ROY ABERSON 96 

A CAPPELLA 62 

David Adams 48,51 

John Adams 50 

Mary Adams 96 

ADVANCED GREAT BOOKS 43 

Luke Akard 50,53,58 

Matt Akard 50,53,58 

Reginald Allen 78 

Andrea Anderson 48 

Derek Anderson 78 

Robert Anderson 55,81 

Vicki Anderson 59 

ANNUAL 38 

Penny Armstead 48,62,69 

Art Department 30 

Rick Arthur 28 

Anita Atkins 18,104 

Peggy Averitte 63 



B 



Howard Baetzhold 63 

HOOVER BAKER 26,50,62,57 

Larry Baker 88 

Raymond Baker 78,82 

Bob Baldwin 40 

Colleen Balden 59 

Toni Bollinger 55 

BAND 67 

Avis Banks 46,91 

Stephanie Banks 38,39 

Vanita Banks 61,69,79,91 

Carl Barnett 86 

Lula Barnett 48,55,70,97,120 

Orelius Barnett 76,80 

Peggy Barnett 62,69 

Liz Barrow 50,56,62,86 

BASEBALL 88 

BASKETBALL 79 

Bryce Bate 63,149 

Juan Battle 55 

Deborah Battle 54,70 

John Batuello 88,93 

REA BAUER 96 

Thomas Beck 43,52 

LEONARD BEHLING 67 

Jackie Bell 59 

Claudia Belinski 59 

Jeanette Benberry 60 

Vicki Benberry 120 

Becky Benberry 48,51 

Greg Bennett 48,52,78 

Spiro Berevskos 48,52 

CATHY BERMAN 96 

Neline Berry .44,56,57,62,65,102,105 



Darlene Berryhill 91 

Stanley Bibbs 76 

Nancy Bill 48 

Bob Bishop 52 

Derek Bland 76,82,83 

Sam Blanding 78 

NELLIE BLEWETT 96 

RICHARD BOARMAN 82,94 

Coleen Bolden 86 

Allison Bond 61,91 

Virginia Booth . . . .46,55,69,120,124 

Richard Boreman 57 

Richard Bottoms 51 

Jeff Boubour 46 

Liz Bourke 50 

Frank Bownlow 48 

Warren Boyd 79,81 

Eleanor Bradford 63 

Lisa Brady 44,47 

Betsy Branson 50,56,62,65 

Linn Bray 55 

Cheryl Bridgeforth 57,56,59,62, 

65,102 

Denise Brooks 59 

Jack Broven 63 

Bob Brown 78 

Jack Brown 50,58,158 

Ted Brown 50,56,58,63,64,102 

Vernyee Brown 1 20 

Wayne Brown 81 

Mary Bruce 62,69 

Nancy Bruce 50 

Cathy Bryant 91 

Charise Burch 59 

Herman Burdette 26,67 

LARRY BURDICK 87,101 

Darryl Burks 81 

Dereck Burks 

Wanda Burks 55 

Mimi Burns 109,158 

Beth Burris 48,57,62 

Wayne Burris 80 

Bonita Busby 46,55 

Bob Bushman 15 

Susie Buschman 15,44,46,149 

Bonita Busley 69 

Gloria Butsch 63 

Pat Byland 70 

William Byrd 30 

c 

Clinton Calmin 69 

Karl Cain 78,82 

Michael Cain 78 

Walter Cain 58 

Sandera Cameron 67 



Amy Campbell 67 

Cathy Campbell 51,61,64,69 

Jim Campbell 87 

Rosalind Campbell 55 

Clinton -Carbon 58,67,71,120 

Fred Carbon 28 

Debbie Carpetner 75,106 

ROSEMARY CARPENTER 59,94 

Melvin Carraway 48,51,62,63, 

81,102,104 

CHRISTOPHER CARTER 31,65 

Melanie Caudile 59 

Carmen Cazares 61,62 

Tony Cazares 55 

JERRY CHANCE 76,77,78,88 

Cornelius Chandler 44,76 

CHEERLEADERS 86,91 

CHESS CLUB 52 

CHORAL CLUB 64 

Charles Christmon 78 

Betty Clark 55,61 

Tim Clark 64 

Toni Clark 48,62,67 

Al Cobb 76,88 

Arthur Cobb 58,64,76,86,88,102, 

110 

Terri Cobb 59 

RICHARD COHEN 42,43,45,46,49 

JULIAN COLEMAN 74,94 

Larry Coles 81 

Diane Conway 62 

Andrew Cosentino 63,64 

Burnel Coulon 28 

Marge Craft 15,44,56,63 

Tom Craig 48 

Keith Crain 50,58,67 

Cassaudre Cravley 61 

John Crawford 40,58 

Terrence Crawford 51 

Debbie Crosier 59 

CROSS-COUNTRY 83 

DEBBIE CULLODEN 18 

Mike Curry 67,76 

Yvonne Curtis 66,67 

D 

Montery Darby 27 

Bishop Datson 106 

Ralph Davenport 78 

Theresa Davenport 55 

Debra Davis 64 

Don Davis 51 

Samule Davis 55 

Rob Dawson 42,45,58,120 

Helen Dea 42,59,86 

DEBATE CLUB 49 



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DEDICATION 101 

James Demmings 68 

Ervin Denkins 46 

Todd Dietz 50,44,53,86,87,90 

Catherine Dittermore 51 

Eddith Dodd 46 

Matt Donnegan 27,82 

Chester Dorsey 79,81,151 

Byron Douglas 78 

Lorna Douglas . . .38,44,56,62,65,102 

Tanya Douglas 102 

Niven Drybrough 88 

Denise Duncan 67 

Roz Dunham 50,65,120,123 

Angle Dunn ....38,40,46,60,61,102, 
105,110,140,145,147,157 

Dale Dupree 50,52,58,64,67,120 

Mike Dutton 89 

E 

Vanessa Ealy 59 

Marilyn Eaton 67 

Mark Eble 50 

ECHO 40 

Elizabeth Edwards 64 

Sara Edyvean 69 

Mike Elam 50 

Vonda Elam 55 

Greg Elden 78,81 

Steve Ellis 69,140 

James Ellison 80 

Joyce Ellison 62,44,104 

Sharon Elston 1 25 

Marilyn Elston 91 

ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 18 

Seigfried Englser 48 

Janis Eshewsky 48,66,67 

Valerie Eubanks 64 

Joy Evans 66,67,69 

EXCHANGE STUDENTS 14-15 

F 

FACULTY 97 

Don Fasig 69 

FBLA 60 

PAMELA FEREE 40,45,44 

FICTION CLUB 43 

Marshall Fields 63 

Mike Foley 51,78,82 

Alonez Finn 64 

Annette Flanagan 149 

Elizabeth Flanney 54 

FLEURDE LYSE 46 

Greg Flynn 82 



FOOTBALL 76 

FOOTLIGHTS 69 

Suzanne Fortier 44 

Mary Foster 61 

James Fountain 68,70 

David Foxlow 22 

Michelle Franklin 64 

Clarence Frazier 76,86,88 

Diane Frazier 1 04 

Tom Freebairn 57,76 

Ronora Freeman 48,51 

Deborah French 43,61 

Micheal French 42,53,58,63,120 

FRESHMAN 130 

ERNEST FRIGO 102,105 

JERRY FULTZ 57 

G 

Gabe Gachaw 56,57 

Pam Gallee 120 

Micheal Gant 52 

Tina Garrett 67 

GERMAN CLUB 48 

Jeanette Gerzon 44,50,56 

James Gibbs 63 

James Gibson 80 

Martha Gibson 55 

William Gibson 24 

Randy Gilliand 55 

Tracy Gilliand 52,66,67 

Rob Gilpin 62 

GIRL'S ENSEMBLE 65 

GIRL'S LEAGUE 58 

Ken Glenn 76 

Carl Glickert 46 

Karen Glickert .43,47,50,51,59,69,158 

Micheal Goler 43,44,52,53,58 

GOLF 87 

Mike Goodwin 87 

Carol Grady 39,69 

Linda Grady 29 

LLOYD GREEN 74,95 

Nancy Green 44,45 

Patricia Gregory 61 

Tom Griffin 76 

Bradford Grisso 76 

Ted Grosbach 88 

LESTER GROTH 94 

EVELY GROWDUS 96 

Randy Guband 52 

H 

Clyde Hainey 30 

Rhonda Hale 125 

Leslie Hall 91 



Lloyd Hall 56,58,63,64,102 

Michel Hall 56,64,69,91 

Geri Hallis 46 

Mark Hammer 83,89 

Carmalita Hansbrough 91 

Carol Hansen 43,53,67 

Micheal Harding 43,120,123 

THOMAS HARDING 88 

Rose Harger 50,63,86,127 

Greg Harris 82 

Robert Harris 81 

William Harris 88 

Tom Hart 64,83 

Steve Hatchett 58,67 

Scott Hatchell 48 

Sue Hatfield 91 

JIM HAUSMAN 34,78 

John Hawkins 40 

Jon Hawkins 22 

Judy Hawkins 56 

Chester Hayes 76 

Audrey Heard 52,62 

Steaphanie Heard 24,53,158 

Carol Henderson 44,104 

Jane Henderson 43,63 

Libby Henderson 69 

SALLY HENDERSON 44,57 

Howard Henry 67 

Barb Hill 39,50,56,145,146,157 

James Hill 88,89 

Greg Hinkle 15,44,87 

Christie Hinton 54,55,79 

PHILLIP HIRSCH 65,69,97 

HISTORY DEPT 22 

John Hobbs 82 

Ira Hogan 63,76 

HOMECOMING 74,75 

HOME ECONOMICS 29 

Sharon Hoog 43,50,120 

Deborah Hopkins 46 

Duane Hopkins 140 

Dwight Hopkins 89 

Lynn Hosmer 39,50,56,146 

Joyce Houghton 102 

ROBERT HOUSTON 39,44,45 

Janice Hoxie 44 

John Hudleson 44,50 

Peggy Hudson 46 

Richard Hudson 52 

Randy Hughes 52 

Denise Hughley 56,64,69 

MARY HULTS 96 

HUMANITIES 159 

HRC 56 

LARRY HUMES 80,81 

Pat Hummons . . .50,54,57,63,65,120 

Jeny Hunter 28 

Vicki Hunter 62 



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Margie Hurrle 91 

Patty Hurrle 50,56,86 

Herb Hurt 76,86 

Charles Huxhold 48,58 

HYPNOTISM CLUB 51 



INDUSTRIAL ARTS 28 

Mary Ingraham 50,53,56 

Orvella Isaac 46,55 



Diane Jackson 38,39,56,59,61,91,120 

Anne Jacobi 48 

Frank Jacobs 67,82 

Jim Jelliffe 47,120 

John Jelliffe 50 

Avis Johnson 1 20 

Daphne Johnson ...56,62,65,91,102 

Deane Johnson 46 

Dennis Johnson 81 

Diane Johnson 56,59,120 

Don Johnson 80 

Francis Johnson 55 

Gloria Johnson 67 

Jerry Johnson 78,93 

Lonnie Johnson . .78 

Stewart Johnson 82 

Bob Jones 50,81,86,88,89,151 

Debbie Jones 60,61 

Eric Jones 62,63,68,69,104 

Greg Jones 76,120 

Juan Jones 79,81,86,88 

Lora Jones 158 

Ronald Jones 79,81,88 

Tom Jones 81 

Bruce Jordan 144 

Charles Jordan 76,79,80,81,86 

Michael Jordan 25,46,69,141 

JUNIORS 121 

Jr. OFFICERS 120 

Jr. POLICY 120 

JUNIOR VAUDEVILLE 70 

K 

SHELDON KANTOR 30,65 

JOHN KATSAROPOULOS 46 

Kevin Kelso 41,44,45,52,66,67, 

87,90 

Randy Kelso 42,53 

Anthony Kennedy 46,120 

Doris Kendreck 59 

Camille Kennedy 38,48 

Jackie Kennedy 59 



Taryn Kennedy 43,46,48,50 

KEY CLUB 58 

Kevin Kilebrew 81 

Lynn Kincaid 67 

Larry King 64,66,67 

Kerry Kirch 14,44,48,62,65 

John Kirmil 50,76,78,86 

Kazuko Knight 48,54 

Tericko Knight 62,91 



Jim Lambert 23,81 

LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 20 

Patricia Larkin 43,46,53 

Bill Lash 76,89 

Trish Lasher 54,55,62 

LATIN CLUB 48 

Kris Lawson 40 

LE CERCLE FRANCAIS 47 

George Lee 67 

Linda Lee 48 

Becky Le Steowigen 47,145 

LETTERMEN 86 

Bill Leveque 43,58 

Tim Lewis 88,89 

James Lidell 82 

Matt Lieber 44,50,56,58,102, 

103,104,110,140 

Rhonda Liggins 55,61 

Carl Lile 88,93 

Kevin Lillard 49,62,63,69 

Rick Littrell 55 

Cleophus Loper 55 

Tina Louise 66 

Garnell Love 93 

Phil Lowry 50,89 

Janis Lumpkin 62 

Larry Lunsford 82 

Keith Lyerson 76,93 

M 

Paul Mackel 50 

JOHN MACRI 159 

Bobby Madden 45,62,149 

MADRIGALS 62 

Katie Mahern 38,47,145,157 

MAJORETTES 

Pheldon Majors 67,80 

Shelia Majors 46,59 

Barbara Malone 62,67,120 

Eric Malone 54 

Kenny Manson 23 

Tom Marks 48,87,90,120,58,67 



Ezell Marrs 76,82 

Lucinda Marshall 39,157 

Duone Marsh 28 

Reginold Mason 54,55,101,110 

Steve Mfison 58,64,67,70,102, 

104,114 

Judy Massey 59 

MATH CLUB 53 

MATH DEPARTMENT 24 

Carolyn Maxey 71,91 

Robin Maxey 86 

Bernadette Maxwell 64 

Frank Maxwell 67 

John Mayall 51 

Bill McAllister 87 

Cathy McAndrews 41,42,147 

Micheal McAndrews 63 

Micheal McCarty 22 

Donald McCauley 

Karen McClain 44,50,91,102 

Kathy McClure 42 

Rob McClure 47 

Alan McCullough 51 

Glenn McDonald 44,50,52,53,62, 

63,69,102 

Mark McDonald 76,80 

Marsha McDowell 91 

Tim McDowell 50,56,58,87 

Tom McDowell 58,102,120 

Gale Mcintosh 149 

Karen McKee 39,50,56,110,146 

Sue McKee .39,50,56,64,140,146,147 

JOHN MEDJESKI 66,67 

Chung Meng 48 

Denise Merrell 62 

Debbie Merriman 50,56,158 

Dwight Merritt 83 

David Millers 48,64 

Alexis Mirsky 42,52,53 

Alan Mitter 43,46,50,63 

Mary Montgomery 62 

David Moore 63,76,93 

Carol Morgan 50,69 

Mike Morgan 48,54,55,68,69 

WILLIAM MORGAN 22 

David Morokoff 76,82,93 

Stephanie Mosley 53,61 

Mark Moss 64,76,86,93 

MU ALPHA THETA 

Dinise Murrell 54,61 

Jerry Murry 64,70,86,88 

MUSICAL 69 

Music MEN 64 

Mike Myers 42,43,44,45,58,69, 

75,144 



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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 44 

NATURALIST CLUB 50 

Michael Nemecek 78 

Michael Nay 28,54 

Janis Nichols 40 

BETTY NICHOLS 96 

David Niss 44 

Mary Nolan 47,62 

Tom Nolan 1 5,21 ,43,44,45,57,50, 

76,77,102,104,110 

Earl Nowlan 48 

Kris Nygaard 50,65 



Re'Nita O'Bonnon 91 

Karen O'Brien 47,56,50,44,102, 

104,110,144,145 

Marie O'Conner 46,59 

Gary Ogdon 58,67,76,158 

June Oldham . . .38,39,45,47,53,103, 

102,110,146,157 

Kanya Oliver 78 

ORCHESTRA 67 

Angie Orton 59 

Orvella Osaac 69 

DOROTHY OTTO 109 



Berena Pannell 56,62,65,102,104 

Joel Parker 46 

Terri Parker 66,67 

Valerie Parker 46 

Alan Patterson 58,81,87,102 

Steve Patterson 87 

Richard Payne 83 

James Payton 76 

Walter Peacock 76,86,88,120 

WILLIAM PERRY 76,81 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

DEPARTMENT 35 

Karl Pierson 82 

Carol Pike 44 

Chris Pike 78 

PIT ORCHESTRA 66 

Fred Pochlann 48,58 

POM POM GIRLS 91 

Greg Porter 78,82 

Wiletta Posley 62 

Ronald Powell 120 

Phylliss Preacher 67 

Cheryl Pryor 46,120 



Q 

QUILL & SCROLL 45 

QUIZZ TEAM 53 

R 

Brian Radcliffe 58,66,67 

ANDREW RAMSEY 120 

Greg Rand 76 

Keith Rand 88 

Bernadette Randle 56,62,65,102, 

103,104 

EMMA RANDLE 48 

John Randolph 55 

Derrick Ransom 67,80 

Bettys Jo Rawls 50,120 

Marya Read 50,56,62,65,69 

RED CROSS 61 

MARGARET REED 100 

Max Reiswerg 56,81,102,145,151 

LOUISE REITER 48 

Mary Ringle 69 

Larry Risch 58 

Max Reiswerg 50 

Charles Roach 87,90 

Elizabeth Robb 46,50 

BILL ROBERTSON 30 

Susan Robinson 44,159 

Jackie Roddy 67 

Claire Rogers 62,102 

Kenny Rogers 78 

Trine Rolstad 14,22 

Allison Rooker 63,66,67,70,120 

Gricelda Ross 54,60,61,106,142 

ROTC 54 

Chris Rother 48 

Jan Rowan 46 

Wanita Rowely 69 

John Rowings 44,50,53,58 

Curtis Rumer 76,93 

Todd Rumer 81 

Glen Rush 78 

Titus Rush 76,88,89 

Ann Russell 44,56 

Dennis Russell 67 

David Ryder 43,50,58,63 

s 

Elsie Sacks 62,70 

Pamela Sallee 55,59 

Vickie Sallee 55,79 

Debra Sams 109 

Lenida Sanders 61 

Leona Sanders 69 

Stanley Sanders 55 

Margie Sanderson 40,44,45,48 



Lereoa Sanford 63 

Karia Saperstein 43,120,158 

Pamela Satterfield 91 

Chris Schieder 1 33 

Linda Schneider 50,63 

RACHEL SCHUMACHER 18 

SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 26 

SENIORS 106 

COUNCIL 102 

OFFICERS 103 

CLASS DAY OFFICERS 105 

PARTY 106 

PICTURES 106 

David Shanklin 76,77 

George Shanklin 56,81 

CLAUDE SHANKS 32 

Harriet Sharlow 41,45,1 10 

Levert Sharp 31,52,67,88 

Perry Sharps 56,69,86 

John Shaw 31,44,52,53,58,66,67 

Lydia Shaw 51 

Tony Shirley 81 

Tybonne Shirley 81 

Arthur Shorter 6 

KAYE SHEPHERD 96 

ARTHUR SHULL 95 

Nancy Shullsnburger 50,58 

William Simmons 67,104 

Benjamin Singleteary ....56,81,102, 

104,151 

Burke Singlstsary 30,81 

Anita Singlston 59 

Dave Skole 50,58,63,76,120,123 

Mark Skols 78 

Jill Slaymaker 42,91 

Gene Sloan 1 00 

Chris Smeehuyzen 68 

Barry Smith 48 

Daniel Smith 63,64,120 

GLADYS SMITH 96 

Greg Smith 83,86,88 

Jackie Smith 49,51,60,61 

Jeremy Smith 66,67 

Kittie Smith 120,123,158 

Lofdeso Smith 81 

Mitchell Smith 82,83 

Rodney Smith 76 

Chris Solterman 58,67,76 

SOPHOMORES 125 

SPANISH CLUB 46 

Donna Spearmen 62 

Dave Speckman ..50,56,58,79,80,81, 
86,87,102,105,145,151 

Gwendolyn Spradley 62 

BILL SPRINGER 79,80,81 

STAGE CREW 68 

Debbie Stanfill 66,67 

Cynthia Stanley 54,55 



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Andy Starrett 

Ann Starrett 50,44,102,144 

Cindy Starrett 51 

Arthur Starter 61 

Sharon Steavens 62 

Donna Stevens 64 

John Steward 64,149 

Shirley Steward . . . .68,102,103,64,69 
Christopher Von Steiglitz . . .14,15,67 

Shirley Stigler 64 

Cynthia Stiles 158 

Leia Stone 46 

STEPHEN STOMPS 63 

Jesse Stover 83 

Daryl Stout 76,93 

Greg Strand .27,44,50,56,63,64,76,86 

Randy Strand 87,90 

Herb Stratton 82 

Louis Stratton 50,62 

Tom Streeter 50,58,44,142,144 

Celeste Strickland 64 

Kay Strong 46,62,63,120 

ARTHUR STUDEBAKER 68 

STUDENT COUNCIL S7 

ALLEN SUTHERLAND 21,51 

James Swanigan 88 

John Swanigan 83,89 

T 

Lisa Talley 67 

Carlo Taylor 53,61 

Dennis Taylor 76,82 

Mike Taylor 48,83,88 

TENNIS 86 

Rita Tess 48,69 

Kris Teter 44,50,56,62,65,102, 

103,104 

EVA THIESING 96 

CHARLES THOMAS 78,88,89 

David Thomas 63 

Melva Thomas 67,69 

Anthony Thompson 78,81 

Cheryl Thompson 62 

Ewing Thompson 5S 

Gary Thompson ...38,67,44,110,123 

Willard Thompson 82 

Charles Toumey 78 

Jon Toumey 78 

Richard Toumey 51,58,81,120 

Betty Townsend 59 

TRACK 85 

TRUE BLUE 59 

Frazier Tubbs 55 

Patricia Tunner 55 

Bradly Tunner 55 

Peggy Turnley 59 



James Twitty 93 

Cheryl Twyman 60,61 

Dorine Twyman 61,67 

u 

Liz Ulen 44,50,56,57,62,102, 

110,158 
Rod Usher 63,158 

V 

DANTE VANTRESCA 97,120 

Enoch Vinnegar 67,81 

w 

Anita Wade 67,102,104 

Everett Wade 67 

Chris Walder 69 

LUCILLE WAHL 44 

Edwin Walker 67,93 

Dan Wallace 119 

Robin Wallace 64,86 

Jana Walker 50,62,91,145 

Cathy Walsh 43,53,67 

Terry Walsh 40,41,47 

Valerie Warner 91,124 

Jane Waters 91 

Sharon Watkins 43,47,62,67 

Tome Watkins 82 

Mike Watson 42,68 

Carmon Weaver 61 

Lisa Weaver 61 

RUTH WEBB 60 

Steve Webb 48 

Bonita Webster 64 

Charlene Weeks 91 

Mike Weighard 85 

Carl Weinhard 20 

Cedric Welcher 68 

Patsy Welles 51 

Amy Wells 62 

Betsy Wells 64 

Suzanne Wells 39,58 

James White 80 

Michael White 63,64 

Rodney White 89 

Cindy Wiggins 64 

Stephen Wilburn 63 

Dan Wilcort 85 

Ron Wilkins 76 

Brian Williams 81 

Charles Williams 52 

Donovan Williams 80 

Frank Williams 93 

Gery Williams 55 

Quensetta Williams 102 



Sherman Williams 93 

Stanford Williams 71 

Steve Williams 50,88 

Terry Willis 46,56,62,91,120 

Marionette Wineglass 61,91 

George Witt 76,77,86,105 

Maurice Wolfred 44,58,1 13 

Jim Wolpert 88 

Lorraine Woodard 66,67 

Carl Woods 64 

Forest Wooley 64,70,104 

Jody Wooley 64 

Ellis Woolridge 41,63,64,70,79 

WRESTLING 82 

Bruce Wright 44,52,53,58,66,67 

George Wright 47 

Mindy Wright 43,53,67 

Joe Wynns 85 

Y 

Leslie Yeager 44,45,62 

Clarice Young 32 

Merris Young 54,55 

Mike Young 76,85,88 

Diedra Yowell 42,59 

Y-TEENS 61 

Z 

Cheryl Zike 44 

Julie Zimmerman 64,67 

Lois Ann Zimmerman 66,67 




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Advertising manager. Angle Dunn fights the 
urge to drop fronn exasperation, and tries to 
figure out a way to get enough advertising. 



Recognition And Thanks 




An eventful year of change and in- 
novation has ended for the Annual 
staff of '71. Our yearbook from cov- 
er to cover, is unlike any other ever 
produced at Shortridge. We have 
tried, to the best of our collective abili- 
ties, to record all the events of the 
year with detail and accuracy. We 
may have failed, but v^e tried. 

Many thanks and kudos must go to 
all those who have helped to make 
this a successful year. Those included 
are; AAr. Green, principal; the vice- 
principal Coleman who made the 
desperately needed off-schedule 
announcements; vice-principal Shull; 



Barb Hill, Angie Dunn, Katie Mahern, and Lucinda Marshall show glee at completing the deadline. 



Mrs. Segal for guiding us over a pe- 
riod of financial crisis; the Ayres 
Photo-Reflex Studio: the Underclass- 
men Photographer, Mr. Schwin for his 
outstanding photographs; Newsfoto 
Publishing Company and its repre- 
sentative, Dick Kennard who helped 
us with our cover; Mr. Robert Houston, 
the advisor who pushed us to make 
our deadlines and gave us a hand 
when we really needed it; and last 
but not least, the dedicated staff of 
editors and workers, who put off 
homework and other school activities, 
just to finish "the book." 



JUNE OLDHAM, 
ANNUAL EDITOR '71 




J. 



157 



Job placement workers, Liz Ulen, Lore Jones, 
AAimi Burns and Korla Saperstein busy them- 
selves in on attempt to find student jobs. 



Shortridge athletes walk proudly across the 
stage as they receive their sweaters and awards 
for outstanding performances. 






Idle from a student boycott, organized by the 
Student Council, the cafeteria line sow few 
customers during the weeks of protest. 




Job Sampling Crew: Front Row — Karia Saperstein, Liz Ulen, Debbie Merrimen, Jack Brown. Second 
Row — Suzanne Wells, Lora Jones, Mary Nolan, Mimi Burns, Kitty Smith, Cynthia Stiles. Back Row — 
Karen Glickert, Gary Ogden, Rod Usher, Stephanie Heard. 



158 



Sampling Prog. Provides Apprenticeships 




For students seeking a profession, 
Job Sampling provided an opportunity 
for on apprenticeship on a selected 
field of work. Sponsored by Mr. 
Woodard, the program was, for the 
most part, student run. 

New to the school this past year 
was the Humanities Department which 
offered a wide variety of courses and 
seminars to suit nearly everyone's 
taste. Philosophies East and West and 
an art seminar were among those of- 
fered. Mr. Roy Aberson, sponsor, was 
aided by a group of interested stu- 
dents and parents in organizing the 
new department. 

A student boycott was organized 
by the Student Council to help im- 
prove cafeteria conditions. Because 
the student body worked together, 
many of the requests, including an 
express line, were fulfilled by the 
administration. 

Athletic awards were given in the 
fall and spring at the awards audi- 
torium. Outstanding athletes received 
letters or letter-sweaters. 

Another important change at The 
Ridge was the changing of the 
"Shortridge Daily Echo" to the "Short- 
ridge Echo," published weekly. 

Shortridge had an active year along 
with a number of changes which 
helped make it a better school. 



Sue Robinson and Marj Craft concentrate on Numerology, taught by Mr. John Maori. With their new 
knowledge. Sue and Marj hope to foretell their future. Numerology is a Humanities Course. 



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